Yes thats the problem I dont know what happens in my Serviceproviders network.
The routing only acts if the diectly connected interface goes down. And there is a lot that can happen on the way to my remote site. And I want to be able to reroute if I dont have connection to the remote site
I see, I think you should discuss this with your service provider. You should know if your link is either overlay (meaning a specific path was defined through their network) or Peer-to-peer (meaning your route peers with the providers route). The later should provide a reroute path for your traffic during failure.
Eitherway, if this is the case, I believe OSPF will be able to reroute traffic through the VPN link on the event that the Provider network fails on whatever cause. Just reconfigure a higher cost for the VPN link for the OSPF to see it as the backup link.
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