Reflexive Advanced ACL

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Released on : 2018-2-6 03:37:55   Latest reply:2018-02-06 22:36:35
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Hello, I've been looking for the reflective acl command, but yielded no result, does anyone know what it is?

Quick background on what I'm trying to do
I have 2 routers, both connected to each other.
each router is connected to a switch,
each switch has 4 PCs connected to it.
router 1 gateway:
router 2 gateway:

I'm trying to get PC1 ( to ping PC5 (
but disable PC5 from pinging PC1.
So far it has been two ways, 
either both can ping one another or neither can ping each other.

Command used:
on router 1:
acl 3001
rule 5 permit icmp source 0 destination 0
rule 25 deny icmp source any destination any
int g0/0/0
traffic-filter inbound acl 3001
This post was last edited by user_3004671 at 2018-2-6 04:11.
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user_2910347  Admin   Released on 2018-2-6 08:55:44 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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KD35  Moderator   Released on 2018-2-6 09:06:57 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

you can refer to ... &idPath=7919710|21432787|7923148|22318709|6078842
for ACL and Configuration Examples.
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Elcarim     Released on 2018-2-6 11:12:41 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by KD35 at 2018-2-6 09:06 you can refer to|2 ...
I did, and it's not very helpful tbh.
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Elcarim     Released on 2018-2-6 22:36:35 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Solved : add 'icmp-type <type> <code>' at the end of rule command
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