In this output there are only O packets, which are outbound packets. In order to successfully negotiate PPP, there should be an I inbound packet from your ISP for each O packet sent. If packets are incrementing inbound but you do not see I packets, contact your ISP in order to verify the packets that are sent to the Cisco DSL Router.
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so it seems what is happening is exactly as described. I have talked to ISP and they have blown me off.
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