I have an Internet router running eBGP with my ISP. My Internet router is receiving a default route learned from the ISP. My Internet router is is then redistributinging itself as the defualt route to my internal router/network via iBGP. This works fine. My only poblem is that when I lose my Internet connection my Internet router loses its default route as expected, but my internal router will not drop its learned default route to the Intenet router unless I clear the routing table entry. I need the internal router to drop its learned default route if my Internet router loses its default route from the ISP.
I tried adding a static default route on my Interent router that points to my ISP instead of receiving it via eBGP from the ISP. My internal router which runs iBGP with my Internet router still does not drop its default route when the link to the ISP goes down.
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