I've got a campus MPLS network and I'm stuck with an EIGRP default route that I can't get rid of until everything is migrated to its proper VRF. This is causing me pains with BGP next-hop tracking. The core switches don't clear out the neighbor right away when the interface goes down. Let's say I want to remove the default route from the global routing table but keep default routing behavior, I was thinking of putting aggregated routes for all the IPv4 space, like 22.214.171.124/8, 126.96.36.199/8 ... 188.8.131.52/1 in my WAN distribution block pointing to the same next-hop IP as my default route, then remove the default route entirely from EIGRP. Is this approach been implemented before or is there a better way of doing it? I am using a Cat 6500 with a Sup 720, and selective NHT is not available :(
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