The easiest would be to configure the 3640 with a multipoint sub-interface under which you configure all the PVCs. The 2620 would use point-to-point sub-interfaces. Then, configure all sub-interfaces with "ip ospf network point-to-multipoint". All devices being in the same IP subnet. Configure then OSPF normally on each devices.
Thanks once again, about the PVCs the Telco provider has allocated 17 "201-217 PVCS, one PVC per remote router. Considering this would the above config remain same or from the Cisco you assing one PVC for each remote 2600 i.e.
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