If the voice is VoIP, you could also have voice pass across the Internet if the T1 fails.
If you want to support QoS across the VPN, which will be need to give VoIP best chance to work well (all can provide better service to data apps), it's best to NOT share the Internet with non-VPN traffic. (For the cost of typical business class DSL/cable access, a 2nd connection isn't usually price prohibited.)
Depending on your security needs, a FW feature set within your 2811 might suffice.
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