Hello. We have a very important site that needs to be available 24/7, so along with our standard MPLS data circuit we installed a point to point dedicated line that we can use to connect to head office in case the main MPLS circuit fails. The thought was to add a secondary default route with a higher admin distance. The problem with this is that the normal default route points to the LAN side IP of the providers router, which is always available even when the WAN is not. This means that the secondary default route will not be injected into the routing table, and the site will remain down. Unplugging this interface would get it working, but we are looking for something automatic. There are no dynamic routing protocols in use between our 3750 (which acts as our clients default gateway) and the providers router. Only a static default route pointing to the providers router. I thought about PBR, and using the recursive next hop feature, but am unsure if that will work for me. I've attached a diagram, can someone give me some ideas?