Ubiquiti EdgeRouter ERPro‑8 failing on one subnet?

ERPro‑8 running v1.9.0 is setup as follows:
eth0 - Internet connection (ISP1)
eth1 - Internet connection (ISP2)
eth6 - 10.11.10.1/16
eth7 - 10.20.10.1/24

eth0, eth1, and eth6 have been operating fine for some time.
Added the eth7 subnet and we are trying to get pages from a web server we have hosted on eth7 but it is very erratic between it and eth0 and eth1.
Traffic between eth6 and eth7 seems fine.
Traffic between eth0, eth1, and eth6 remains good.

Have tried shutting down eth0 and just using eth1.
Have tried shutting down eth1 and just using eth0.
No change.

No QoS setup.

Any ideas?
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAsked:
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
I found the problem!

firewall in modify balance was missing from the eth7 configuration.
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
We are tracking down the error and think we have it narrowed down to the SSL handshake on the server itself - it hangs at "SSL_connect:SSLv2/v3 write client hello A" when interrogated with openssl -debug connect. That indicates to me that the issue is on the firewall shutting down the connection. Ideas?
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
The connection to this site uses a strong protocol (TLS 1.2), an obsolete key exchange (RSA), and a strong cipher (AES_128_GCM).
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Jackie ManCommented:
How do you setup eth7 network?

Using the default gateway of EdgeRouter ERPro‑8?
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
It is using the eth0 and eth1 for load balancing gateway.  Security redacted config attached.
config_snipet.txt
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Jackie ManCommented:
I have no experience in your question and just use common sense to look for a problem.

What I do see is on the firewall rule.

 inbound-interface eth0

 inbound-interface eth1

If you have two nics, I think it will mess up the system if one nic will point to internal IP addresses of two different subnets.

Will it be possible to make eth0 to IP address in first subnet and make eth1 to IP address in second subnet?
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
That will defeat the goal of load balancing but I was already thinking that it would be a good test. We have two of these routers for redundancy so I can setup the spare from scratch and try some different configs. I think I will setup as you suggest for testing.
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Austin TexasSystems EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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