It is extremely difficult to come up with a solution that will allow you to use full capacity on both your links. Most load-balancing mechanisms work best when the links are of equal bandwidth.
However, here are a few suggestions:
1. Run EIGRP over the 2 links with a variance > 1 specified for it. You can tune the metric settings for EIGRP so that it does unequal-cost load balancing in a 1:2 ratio which would work reasonably work for your two links.
2. Use a floating static route to your networks (point at your BRI interface) which will ensure that the BRI will kick in when your EIGRP routes are down.
With the above, you will be able to satisfy all three of your requirements.
The solution I have proposed will enable you to get pretty close to what you want to do...
Actually, I have another suggestion that might be even better. You could use multilink PPP to combine the two links so that instead of appearing as 2 separate links, they appear as a single 1.5Mbps link. In fact, this would give you the best chance of being able to get the full 1.5Mbps. However, the one drawback would be the differential delay provided by the two unqual-bandwidth links..
Either of these solutions will do the job for you, though.
The 2610 router is more than adequate to handle this job for you.
Yes, you can use LLQ with either the MPPP or the individual link scenario. This will support voice/video priority by ensuring a bandwidth reservation for it. In addition, it has the ability to police this traffic in times of congestion.
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