I am trying to configure a Cisco 2600 series router with the ability to respond to ping requests no matter if the devices are online or not. I would like the person performing the ping request to believe that the devices are alive on our end--that each IP in the entire subnet range should reply back. Is this possible?
You are probably confusing people with what you are saying. Can you please clarify? Are you trying to get responses like "Destination host unreachable" or "request timed out"? Because you won't get any other responses from what you are requesting to do.
I think I understand your end result. What he wants to do is have the router respond to icmp packets like the device is online. So, if someone pings 220.127.116.11, and 18.104.22.168 doesn't really exist, he wants them to THINK it's a live host.
I'm not sure this can be done though, but I'm going to follow this thread to see if it can.
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