I have my Cisco E3000 running with Toastman 1.28.7495-RT-Ext setup up to respond to pings, i.e. "Respond to ICMP ping" is checked. I do this so I can run line quality tests on my home connection when I'm having problems and the like. Also so I can check to see if my connection is working correctly and check for jitter/loss while not home. This used to work fine on WRT54GL running an old load of toastman, but on the E3000 if incoming pings come in too quickly they are dropped. As such all line quality tests fail. This is very easy to see when using DSLReports line quality tool as you can see from these results. Pings don't even need to come in that fast as pings also fail with Network tools ping test. Basically the router drops pings that come in more often than about once a second. I don't have QOS enabled, so that shouldn't be the problem. This is only incoming pings. Response to outbound pings will come in as fast as I can send them out (dozens a second). This has been happening at least since at least Toastman 1.28.7486.2 since that's when I first noticed the problem. I've seen two other reports of the same problem with Tomato (at least one with a Cisco E3000), one person solved this problem by flashing DD-WRT so the problem is with Tomato. Any ideas what's wrong here or is Tomato purposely dropping incoming pings? If so how can I disable that?