Hi, I'm sorry to ask, but have been battling with this for days now. I've been tasked with setting up an ASA 5505 on our ADSL modem & am very lost. I've put the PPPoE details into the ASA 5505 to authenticate with our ISP, but can't get out through it. I've looked at guides, videos, compared configs, but can't see where I'm going wrong. Can someone help please, I know it's supposed to be secure, but not quite this secure. I'm going crazy!
Your config looks fine to me. There are a couple of things that you'll need to do with your policy map. First of all, from the ASA, can you ping 126.96.36.199 successfully? If not, do a "vpdn session pppoe state" to see if your session is up. If you aren't up, the something is going on between the ASA and the provider. You could try changing the authentication to pap, because believe it or not there are still some providers out there that still use it.
Otherwise, if you CAN ping 188.8.131.52 successfully, then add the following:
See if that will get you out.
** Edit **
Make sure that you have a DNS server assigned to your clients as well:
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