Currently, I have a router connecting to the Internet through a FW. My FW is redistributing the static default routes learned from the ISP back to my internal router via OSPF. I am moving from an OSPF environment to a static routing environment. So how will the redistribution work for the default route? Will I redistribute the default route by using redistribute default (not sure if it is the correct command). Do I need to redistribute the learned default to the internal network? Thx
If everything is static, you could just point (static default-route) everything to the next-hop in the chain, with the final router pointing to the firewall. It really depends on how large your network is and how it is designed, as to how many static routes you will need on each device, but your choices are limited when it comes to static routing.
For static routing, you don't have much choices anyways.
The point of considerations might be:
> Static Route with Next Hop
> Static Route with exit Interface
> Static route with with enhanced object tracking
> Load balancing - If multiple links are involved