You need to create a Load balancer that uses path-based routing. You need to make sure that the ports you are requesting access to are open and listening. Create the EC2 instance on a private VPC. Confirm that your microservices are deployed on the EC2 instances you plan to register.
Have a look at this tutorial to understand how to create a load balancer that allows path-based routing: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticloadbalancing/latest/application/tutorial-load-balancer-routing.html
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