What does a 100% loss at a hop mean?

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This is often a sign of an unpingable router. Your packets are being routed correctly to and from the router, but we cannot ping it. The network engineers probably made the router itself unpingable. Some ISPs and backbones make their routers unpingable to minimize "wasted" bandwidth. more
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