Jon,

It may help you to see what is coming and going from AS/400 point of view.
Is the ping reaching the AS/400?

You can run a communications trace on the AS/400 line connected to your
TCP/IP network. You can do this either through the system service tools menu
(STRSST command) or using individual trace commands STRCMNTRC, ENDCMNTRC,
PRTCMNTRC, DLTCMNTRC. You will have to trace all traffic on the line, but
there are many filtering options available when you print the trace. I am
not a TCP/IP expert, but after you print the trace, I think you are looking
for ICMP packets representing the ping.

-Marty
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