Dead Gateway Detection doesn't seem to work with IPFLT loaded, pity it

doesn't automatically add the relevant filter exceptions for the
default
gateways.

Is there a recommend filter exception(s) for this i.e. is there a TID
with
an example.

Lastly, this question doesn't relate to filtering, but still on the
subject of Dead Gateway Detection. Are there plans to improve this
facility so it can probe a next hop router at the ISP's end, because
at
present if ISP1 fails and the default gateway router still responses
to
pings it won't switchover the default route to ISP2 unless you
physically
turn it off. Seems a bit of a major flaw to me?

Thanks,

Richard.