The source and destination endpoints do not uniquely identify
the test location in the network, and the reachability result contains
multiple traces. For some traces, a packet could be delivered, and for
others, it would not be.
Possible scenarios are:
The configuration analysis determined that a packet originating from
the source is expected to reach the destination.
The analysis didn't complete because the user lacks permission for
some of the resources in the trace. However, at the time the user's
permission became insufficient, the trace had been successful so far.
The configuration analysis did not complete. Possible reasons are:
A permissions error occurred--for example, the user might not have
read permission for all of the resources named in the test.
An internal error occurred.
The analyzer received an invalid or unsupported argument or was unable
to identify a known endpoint.
A packet originating from the source is expected to be dropped before
reaching the destination.