It's a standard MPLS connection so your configs will be based on that. Do you have multiple locations? AT&T allows for you to choose your routing protocol also, so what did you choose? We're going to need a little more information.
The best information that I can give you is to get the configs from ATT for your specific circuit. We utilize AVPN, but there are usernames attached to the link that they've assigned. Otherwise, if you're going to be using both T1s, make sure that you have ATT provision the circuit for a multilink connection. If not, the circuit won't come up. If you provision it with non-MLP, then you should be able to get 1 circuit running on it, but the ip address has to go on the serial interface and not the mlp interface whereas it goes on the mlp interface and utilizes both circuits if you have an mlp provisioned circuit.
ATT will definitely be able to give you configs for your circuit.
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