It seems as if there are two separate issues that you need to fix:
1. You are unable to ping 184.108.40.206 - it gives you an encap error
2. You are receiving RFC-1577 compliant ARP packets
For your first issue, it's interesting that the debug output shows that the router is trying to route it via BVI1, which does not exist in your config. Did you have a BVI1 interface configured previously ?
To understand why you are getting the second error, we really need to look at the router at the other end of the PVC since that is the one sending it. It would appear that that router is configured for Classical IP over ATM. Could you pls post a config of that router ?
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