If you have the dialer map, you can point to the remote IP ad next-hop.
If you there is no dialer map, you can point to the dialer interface.
The most important is the "interesting packet" that will trigger the dialer to dial to remote side. So, the access-list, static route is important. Normally not to enable default route unless it is the only connection, otherwise, it will trigger the dialer all the time if there is out-going packet.
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