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How can you re-route internet traffic with BGP/MPLS with this setup?

We have a remote site that has a separate internet connection and they have BGP/MPLS connection to our HQ site, when they're internet goes down they are dead in the water. 

We would like to re-route there internet traffice when it fails thru the BGP/MPLS connect if there internet goes down?

     Internet----FW----SW---RTR(BGP/MPLS)-----HQ

                                |

                                |

                              LAN

We have a default static route on the SW that goes directly to FW (0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 FW)

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How can you re-route internet traffic with BGP/MPLS with this se

Hello.

There is not enough information, but you could:

  1. configure track object (to check that local internet works fine) and use default gateway with track;
  2. add one more static route over MPLS with higher administrative distance.
  3. make sure, that traffic from Internet cold flow back via MPLS to the site.

Hope this helped.

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How can you re-route internet traffic with BGP/MPLS with this se

Can you elaborate more on the "track object"?  can I implement this command line on the switch side?

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