This paper proposes a new two-wavelength design for large-enterprise access links. The goal of this design is to lower power consumption and equipment costs without having a significant impact on performance. In our design, one wavelength is used as part of a lower-rate static circuit for general-purpose IP traffic, while the second wavelength is dynamically configured into a high-rate circuit for large dataset transfers whenever needed. A few provider-router ports are shared among a larger number of customers given that large dataset transfers are relatively infrequent. This leads to potential start-time delays, but results in significant power and cost savings. Using analytical models, we provide a quantitative power-and-cost comparison of our dynamic solution with the static always- on high-rate single-circuit solution used currently. The number of shared provider-router ports is kept large enough based on the number of customers to ensure that the probability of start-time delay exceeding a threshold is less than 1%.