I am trying to lab up a scenario where I can load balance/share across two routers (for redundancy) connected into an MPLS cloud. Additionally, I have HSRP running between the two (I don't want to use MHSRP because I don't want two gateways on the LAN). There is a direct connection between the routers.
I know I can use statics, however I want all traffic to be able to failover to the remaining link if one goes down, instead of being being blackholed.
Router 1-------Router 2
I have tried with EIGRP, however I was having trouble with getting a default route injected in (without using statics). These routers will be peering with a switch in the cloud running bgp, so an all bgp option would work too. Is there any way to do this?
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