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Cisco Dialer Interface Spoofing

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Hello Community,

I'm having a little problem configuring our router to connect via PPPoE. Everything appears to configured ok, however I'm getting the following from the Dialer Interface:
Dialer 1 is up (Spoofing), line protocol is up (spoofing).

I understand that 'line protocol is up (spoofing)' is normal. However, I don't understand

'Dialer 1 is up (Spoofing)'

I have attached the configs

Any help will be greatly appreciated..
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That just means that the virtual interface (the dialer) is pretending to be an actual interface - it is bound to a physical interface so it's pretending to be that interface.

It's perfectly normal.
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