I know this is an old post, but anyway... the cat9000v's need a lot of resources. If your CML VM doesn't have enough CPUs or memory, the cat9000v's won't start. I had to get a bigger server last year for this reason.
One other thought is that maybe the ISP blocks 188.8.131.52 because they want to force use of their DNS. Can you ping 184.108.40.206 from the computer that gets the 34 address? You might need to change your sla/track to a different ip.
Ok so the way to troubleshoot this is to remove all the features, test, then put the features back one by one. Remove the nat and the service policy. Check the interface negotiated matching speed & duplex. If it's good, start putting feature back on.