I'm doing a lab in GNS3 where I want to try out a shared Internet VRF for customers inside my network. I have it all working, but at the moment my default route that I have installed in my Internet PE router is a static route. As I have two edge routers with full eBGP tables I would like to inject the default route into my shared Internet VRF dynamically. In case one of them goes down the trafic should take the other route. With a static route both routes are still up. Or if I want to add a third transit or move one of them, I don't want to reconfigure all static routes. Is this even possible?
This is an image of my edge routers and the Internet PE router
In Internet PE router I get the default route via OSPF and it installs as an ECMP default route. But I cant get it to inject into the VRF from the main table. Instead I use a static route for the VRF like this:
add dst-address=0.0.0.0/0 distance=1 gateway=126.96.36.199@main,188.8.131.52@main \
Is there any way I can do this without having to have this static route?