We're trying to implement a RIP WAN where Site A is the only internet facing site.
We use pfSense firewalls across all sites which are BSD based, the standard BSD RIP Daemon 'routed' is install and enabled.
Site A is advertising all of its routes correctly except for the default route and I'm completely stumped on how to get this to work correctly.
I've tried things such as
root@localhost: routed -g
~ routed -F 0/0,1
Adding fake_default=1 to /etc/gateways
If I try to do something like adding this to /etc/gateways
net 0.0.0.0 gateway 172.22.0.14 metric 1 active
I get a bad net message saying I can't have that as the default route which is confusing as I can find a few people that have used something like that as an example or in lab scenarios.
Cisco routers have the "default-originate" command which takes care of this function and from reading the routed(8) article on the BSD page it would appear that "routed -g" SHOULD do the same but using this option seems to do nothing.
Am I missing something here? Or are there more hoops to jump through to get this default route to go out?