if I want to redirect tcp port 22 traffic from outside to inside, I would do this:
ip nat inside source static tcp IP_LAN 22 IP_WAN 22
Wouldn't be more logical to use:
ip nat outside destination static tcp IP_WAN 22 IP_LAN 22
I know that the first command, basicaly, is equel to the second, but why cisco does not have an "ip nat outside destination ..." command ? Is there an explination?