Problem with internal network slowdown AX56U latest Merlin

leomess30

New Around Here
Hello, I have got a setup of 2 ASUS AX56U in my house, one is functioning as a main router, and the other as weird backhauled mesh.
The main router is using the latest Merlin firmware (386.7_2) and the mesh unit is using the latest official Asus firmware.
The problem that arises is that in some random times, the internet connection speed drops to nearly 0 with insane levels of ping.
The issue is definitely not the internet connection(pppoe) because right after waiting a few seconds/minutes the speed back up to 930(gig connection), also - when checking internal ping to the router itself it spikes to 2800 ms and more and the router's interface can't be reached or if so, then with a very low speed of loading.
if i reboot the router or wait a few minutes the problem fixes itself, but I don't want it to happen any more. any ideas to why it happens? I don't think its wiring mistake because as I said it comes back to normal after some time.
I have Dual WAN with load balancing enabled if it matters.
 

OzarkEdge

Part of the Furniture
Hello, I have got a setup of 2 ASUS AX56U in my house, one is functioning as a main router, and the other as weird backhauled mesh.
The main router is using the latest Merlin firmware (386.7_2) and the mesh unit is using the latest official Asus firmware.
The problem that arises is that in some random times, the internet connection speed drops to nearly 0 with insane levels of ping.
The issue is definitely not the internet connection(pppoe) because right after waiting a few seconds/minutes the speed back up to 930(gig connection), also - when checking internal ping to the router itself it spikes to 2800 ms and more and the router's interface can't be reached or if so, then with a very low speed of loading.
if i reboot the router or wait a few minutes the problem fixes itself, but I don't want it to happen any more. any ideas to why it happens? I don't think its wiring mistake because as I said it comes back to normal after some time.
I have Dual WAN with load balancing enabled if it matters.

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