Seeing a really odd NAT Translation on a remote site rtr.
tcp 209.153.x.x:53678 10.1.10.5:53678 209.153.x.x:13806 209.153.x.x:13806
The 'Inside global(209.153.x.x)' is correct(routable IP we use to route all NAT addresses), the 'Inside Local(10.1.10.5)' is correct(the NAT address that host is getting)...
the 'Outside Local(209.153.x.x)' address is the same as the Inside Global and the 'Outside Global(209.153.x.x)' is the same.
In all my experience and everything I've seen before, the Outside Local should be the address that host is going to. It should NEVER be the same as the 'Inside Global'.
Am I wrong on this? Or is something weird going on? I've noticed this at a couple remote sites now, and best I can tell the configs are correct. Checked, double-checked, verified against other sites that I have not seen this at...