The following list defines the various addresses and networks used in NAT. Table 1-14 lists NAT configuration and verification commands.
• Inside local network: The privately addressed internal network connected to a router.
• Inside local address: A private internal IP address assigned to hosts attached to the inside local network.
• Outside global network: Any network outside of the local network that would not recognize the private addresses assigned to hosts in the local network.
• Inside global address: An IP address of a host attached to the local internal network as it appears to the outside network—the translated IP address.
• Outside local address: The packet’s destination address while on the inside local network. Typically ...