ER605 Policy Routing Issue

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ER605 Policy Routing Issue
ER605 Policy Routing Issue
2023-06-09 13:46:38
Tags: #Load Balancing #Routing
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 2.1.2

Hello all,

 

Recently I purchased an ER605 v2.0 (Firmware Version: 2.1.2) router and connected the same with Omada Software Controller.

 

I am facing an issue with the policy routing. Following is some information about the setup;

 

  • WAN
    • WAN - PPPoE
    • WAN/LAN1 - Private static IP
  • LAN
    • Single subnet, no vlans
  • Groups
    • IP-Port Group
      • Two groups for HTTP/HTTPS and FTP
    • IP Group
      • One fixed IP
  • Policy Routing (Top Down)
    • HTTP/HTTPS
      • Protocol: TCP
      • WAN: WAN/LAN1
      • Source: Network -> LAN
      • Destination: IP Port Group -> HTTP/HTTPS Group
    • FTP
      • Protocol: TCP
      • WAN: WAN
      • Source: Network -> LAN
      • Destination: IP Port Group -> HTTP/HTTPS Group
    • Link Backup under WAN is off (unchecked)

 

The issue is all the traffic is getting routed through WAN, even the HTTP/HTTPS.

 

Am I missing something? Any idea(s)?

 

Thank you

 

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Re:ER605 Policy Routing Issue
2023-06-09 20:31:34

  @SC-I 

 

Maybe we should start with what you are trying to achieve.  Some screen grabs of your actual Policies would be useful too.

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Re:ER605 Policy Routing Issue
2023-06-10 07:28:33

  @d0ugmac1 

 

The plan is to distribute the traffic over two WAN ports, HTTP/HTTPS through WAN/LAN1 and FTP through WAN. Hoping the router will take care of the rest of the traffic.

 

Later, create more groups and policies of known/regularly used ports and route the traffic based on bandwidth consumption and public IP addresses.

 

Trailing are the screenshots of one WAN, Groups and Policy Routing. Hope those will give you some idea.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

WAN

 

Policy Routing

 

Port Group HTTP/S

 

Port Group FRP

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Re:ER605 Policy Routing Issue
2023-06-10 12:52:59

  @SC-I 

 

I think you should maybe explicitly add the LAN subnet/mask to your policy routes.  Try that.  

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