Network is MPLS - totally meshed. OSPF as routing protocol. All area0 for now, but can change if it helps my problem.
In my company, I have a default-information originate statement at our datacenter which gets all the smaller (MPLS-only) branches to the Internet through the main Corporate Internet firewall. At our larger branches, they have their own Internet and default 0.0.0.0 statement - so they rightly ignore my default-information statement in the OSPF table.
The datacenter is on the East coast. We have a secondary datacenter on the west coast with their own Internet.
For the first time, perhaps by chance, we are opening a "small" branch on the west coast. I do not want to buy them a separate Internet T1. By the default rules, their Internet traffic will go to the East coast datacenter, so just tack on 80ms to every connection. I don't want to do that.
Question: How can I insert a second, or massage the first, default-information originate statement so this west coast branch uses my west-coast datacenter's Internet connection? All are connected via my MPLS provider's cloud.