Our new MPLS wan solution (which is replacing a flat ATM solution) has hit a speed-bump.
We'd like to make our network the default destination for all unknown traffic from all branches (BTW, all internet access and server stacks are here). When the border router (an 2811) was connected to Bell's CE router at the first remote site, and the eigrp network commands were added, the routing table was properly populated... with one exception:
The "default-network" command, issued on our border router (a 3825) did not get sent along with the rest of the updates.
To put this in perspective... the 3825 uses 192.168.22.249 /29 on int g0/0, and 192.168.22.1 /30 on g0/1, connecting to the bell router. So I entered the def-network 192.168.22.248 on the 3825. Anything jump out at anyone?
Since this didn't work, I removed the def-net and entered these commands:
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 g0/0
router eigrp 1
This also did not pass the 0.0.0.0 network to the remote router, as expected.
What am I missing here gents? Any insights?
Network layout attached.