I've got a question about the WRV200 ping option. Does it send the ping through the default gateway? Because, I do not believe it does. I received several successfull pings from the router GUI interface, while pinging from a LAN connected computer returned timeout condition. I do believe someone is doing ARP poisoning attacks in the WAN my WRV200 router is connected to. The pinging from inside of my LAN shows TTL 127, while it always was 63. I can ping the WAN gateway, but there is a timeout while pinging some internet address. The interesting thing happens, when I do a ping from the router itself. The ping to an internet address works, while pinging from LAN does not. More interesting effect is, in the moment I do the ping from the router, the LAN pinging starts to work for a while returning TTL 63. After a while it is back to 128, again. Or, perhaps, the router ping ignores the current ARP table settings, or perhaps it resets the ARP table. I want to know more about the router ping feature. Because, it will let me understand what is going on in my WAN. Also, a router's ARP table check would be a nice feature. As, I will have to connect a comuter to the WAN directly, in order to check, if the MAC address of the gateway serwer was changed. Information about gateway's MAC address changed would be a very nice addition to the router syslog feature, as well.