Right now at our branch locations, we use MPLS via BGP for our WAN connection. When branch users use the internet they are routed to Headquarters and go out the Headquarters internet circuit.
Many branches have their own local internet circuit, either T1 or DSL, that we use for failover.
We want the branches' to use their local internet circuit for their internet, but continue to route to headquarters via MPLS via BGP for all other network traffic.
My thought was to add a static route: ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 "T1 IP ADDRESS"
When I do this internet traffic continues to route through to Headquarters internet circuit.
I do a "sho ip bgp" and in the Network column I see "0.0.0.0" and next to it in the Next Hop column the MPLS Far-end IP Address.
I believe this means all unknown traffic (0.0.0.0) go to the MPLS Far-end IP Address, which in turn would send you to the Headquarters internet.
Does anyone know how can I send network traffic to our MPLS neighbor (WAN traffic), but send general internet traffic out their locally installed circuit?