T1 router

I am adding a 2nd T1 line, now we will have twoT1's. i added the VWIC2-2MFT-T1/E1 card to plug both T1's into.  It has ctrlr T1/E1 1 & 0. this is a bonded unmanaged dedicated internet T1to Qwest.
I have the interfaces configured; what else do I need to configure so I can plug the two T1's into this router? this is a new router/ new config Cisco 2811

 ulsinc#show ip interface brief
Interface                  IP-Address      OK? Method Status                Prot
FastEthernet0/0            63.xxx.xxx.xxx YES NVRAM  up                    down

FastEthernet0/1            unassigned      YES NVRAM  administratively down down

Serial0/0/0:0              unassigned      YES manual down                  down

Serial0/0/1:0              unassigned      YES manual down                  down

Multilink1                 63.xxx.xxx.xx   YES manual down                  down

Do i need static routes???
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You are going to need a static route to your ISP via the multilink interface.

ip route 63.xxx.xxx.xx  <---the other end of the serial interface (your ISP).

Are you going to have a Firewall connected to the Fa0/0 interface doing NAT?  If so, you won't need static routes to the inside network if all your traffic will NAT behind an address in the subnet connected to the Fa0/0 interface.
jeffsteffyAuthor Commented:
The firewall is doing NAT. Is this the IP I have above? ip route 63.xxx.xxx.xx  <---the other end of the serial interface (your ISP).
It's the IP of your ISP's router (your next hop to the Internet).  The IP you specify is usually included in the documentation your ISP gives you.

If you are 63.xxx.xxx.2 and your ISP is 63.xxx.xxx.1, the route statement would be:

ip route 63.xxx.xxx.1

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jeffsteffyAuthor Commented:
Thanks I'll call ISP and get all info.
jeffsteffyAuthor Commented:
Do I add DNS ?
You don't need to add DNS to the router unless you want to do lookups from the router prompt.  The machines on the internal network will obviously need DNS but the router doesn't.
jeffsteffyAuthor Commented:
That was a dumb question...thanks for your help.
jeffsteffyAuthor Commented:
I am getting this:
ulsinc#config t
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
ulsinc(config)#IP route 63.xxx.xxx.33
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
Do I need to add subnet mask or exit interface?

Oops, you have all your "0's" connected.

ip route 63.xxx.xxx.33
                       ^ - no period
jeffsteffyAuthor Commented:
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