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conntinuing ping and ping -r

While doing conntinuing ping I dont get any packets dropped but

ping -r got 50% of packets dropped

Request timed out.  suppose to be N7K-DC2
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=293ms TTL=120
    Route: 146.199.103.202 ->
           152.144.253.246 ->
           152.144.75.247 ->
           152.144.248.22 ->
           152.144.248.1 ->
           161.228.210.251 -> N7K-DC1
           161.228.210.1 ->
           152.144.248.2 ->
           152.144.248.17
Request timed out.   Suppose to be N7K-DC2 because per packet load balancing
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=267ms TTL=120
    Route: 146.199.103.202 ->
           152.144.253.246 ->
           152.144.75.247 ->
           152.144.248.30 ->
           152.144.248.9 ->
           161.228.210.251 ->  N7K-DC1
           161.228.210.1 ->
           152.144.248.2 ->
           152.144.248.21

C:\Documents and Settings\nex5lrz>ping 161.228.210.1 -t
Pinging 161.228.210.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=335ms TTL=247
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=272ms TTL=247
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=282ms TTL=247
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=282ms TTL=247
Reply from 161.228.210.1: bytes=32 time=279ms TTL=247
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