Thanks for your reply, i had seen that doc before, but it wasn't enough to get things working for me. Most of the examples i have seen were similar to this, and involved nat where an internal host address was being nat'ed. In my case, the address to nat didn't exist on an internal host and to translate correctly i needed to define both and inside source static and an identical outside source static entry. I also had to change which interface was outside and inside.
ip nat outside
ip nat inside
ip nat inside source static 10.8.10.5 192.168.5.66
ip nat outside source static 10.8.10.5 192.168.5.66
with that config my translation table looked like...
#sh ip nat tra
Pro Inside global Inside local Outside local Outside global
--- --- --- 192.168.5.66 10.8.10.5
--- 192.168.5.66 10.8.10.5 --- ---
And debug ip nat detailed showed correct translations happening:
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