What could be the reason behind total package loss

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  • ScoobyScooby Member Posts: 135
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    Does Fing show the device as "offline"? Has the device been powered off?

  • RobinRobin Administrator Posts: 2,386
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    Hi @Tags
    Packet loss is when packets traveling through a network medium get “knocked off” before getting to their destination. There are a couple of reasons why packet loss happens. For detail information, please visit this external link: https://www.pcwdld.com/packet-loss 
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  • DeadlyhydraDeadlyhydra Member Posts: 2
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    Based on the screenshot supplied it looks like flight mode is enabled.

  • JCAlexandresJCAlexandres Member Posts: 19
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    A device may not be configured to accept ICMP packets, typical ping. Some security applications will block those.
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