Your first statement is you randomly loose connection but your second statement is only first packet fails and rest all goes fine.
Your second situation is normal because when you ping from your router, your router may not be having an arp entry for which it drops the first packet and when entry is build it all 4 packtes will go fine.
Sorry for the confusion. Let me clear that up a little. My workstations lose that are local and remote terminal servers lose connection to printers. Once I ping them from the router they regain connectivity and work fine. Once the printers are back up I am able to ping them from the router and not have any failed pings.
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