In the Use Windows to Troubleshoot Basic Networking video between the 5th and 6th minute mark from the Servicing Cisco Devices section, could you tell me why is there a 0% loss for the ping statistics that reflects an unreachable destination host? Isn't that suppose to read "(100% loss)" instead or is that an error or misnomer in the cmd prompt? It's not like it's a packet tracer.
The previous ping accurately displayed a "(66%" loss)" or 2/3 loss (receiving only 1 packet out of 3 which is inversely only a 33% success rate because of the remaining 2 that didn't make it) with a destination host unreachable status. But the issue in question just below that - a 0% loss - should mean 100% success because there's NO LOSS! Right?