The scattering by a horizontal subsurface penny-shaped crack subjected to axially symmetric loading is investigated. The formulation begins with deriving the response of a time harmonic point force in rectangular coordinates. Then, the integral representation and integral equations are converted into polar coordinates by applying the condition of axial symmetry. The results contain crack opening displacement (COD), stress intensity factors, scattered pattern and the frequency spectrum of the Rayleigh wave and the back-scattered longitudinal wave. Resonance phenomenon is compared with the plane strain case solved in an earlier paper.