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Cisco Dialer Interface Spoofing Error Help

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Hello Experts,

I'm trying to connect to my ISP over DSL. I have configured the the ATM interface and the dialer, however I can't get out on the internet.

Also, I'm getting the following error message on the dialer interface

ISR_G2_1921#show int dialer 1
Dialer1 is up (spoofing), line protocol is up (spoofing)

Don't usually ask for expeditious help but you early response will be greatly appreciated.

I have attached the configs.

Thanks guys/girls

Carlton
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I believe the spoofing part is normal.

How do you expect to get out to the internet (I mean directly or via the mGRE tunnel)? I see that you have "nat inside" set on the gig interface as well as the tunnel interface, but there is no interface with "nat outside" set nor any general nat statement indicating what should be natted.

If you can ping the ISP's gateway, that would indicate that you are connected correctly. From there I would look into nat to see if that is what's stopping your client's connection to the internet.
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