Learning default route from BGP
Is it possible for a Firebox to learn a default route from BGP?
We have two sites connected via MPLS using BGP. The main site advertises a default route.
On the remote site Firebox, the MPLS interface is configured as a Trusted interface. There's also a backup Internet connection configured as an External interface. I see the default route advertised over the MPLS circuit in the BGP table, but not in the main routing table. The only default route shown in the main routing table is the backup Internet connection. So instead of routing traffic down the MPLS circuit, it ends up getting sent out the backup Internet connection interface.
The only way to remedy this is to set the MPLS circuit as an External interface and provide the default gateway. However, this makes the default route static. That's a problem because I also want setup a BOVPN for automatic failover, which requires dynamic routing.
I've looked at these two guides:
...but the crux of the issue seems to go back to my original question, can the Firebox learn a default route via BGP?