I'm sorry to know you're having problems with your router, however I couldn't help but notice the access rules order, you have a deny any inbound connection coming from WAN to LAN rule first and then you have the allow any inbound connection for 167.206. 84.196.
When a packet arrives to the router, it will evaluate if it matches the access rules in order, in this case since you have the deny rule at first any packet coming from the outside will be dropped, even if that packet matches the second "permit" rule because it will be long gone before being evaluated by it, in order to fix this issue please reorder the access rules leaving the "permit" rule first and then the "deny" one, that way any packet that is coming from 18.104.22.168 will be permitted and everything else will be dropped, which is what you're trying to accomplish.
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