I think that I see the problem, though I do not quite understand the error message from SDM. I do not believe that it is a routing problem. Access list 101 is applied inbound on the dialer interface so it examines all traffic coming into the router. Looking into that access list the only things that are permitted are DNS responses from the configured DNS servers and 3 ICMP messages: echo-reply (ping), time-exceeded (traceroute) and unreachable messages. All other traffic will be denied.
So I believe that you need to revise the access list to permit other types of traffic. give it a try and let us know what happens.
I think that the access-list configuration is correct, the "ip inspect DEFAULT100 out" will make dynamic entries in access-list 101 for traffic that has left the router to allow the responses back. (A "sho ip acess" will confirm this by having un-numbered entries at the top of the list).
I think the problem is the way the default route has been configured. The command "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Dialer0" relies on the upstream device connected to the Dialer interface having proxy-arp configured. The router assumes that every IP address is connected to the Dialer interface so sends out an ARP request for it.
My guess is that your defualt route should be "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 220.127.116.11"
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