I need a nat config to alter destination address of packets coming in form the inside, traveling to the outside. Will "ip nat inside destination" command do this? As long as I know there's no "ip nat outside destination" command.
I once saw this command in a 7206 which has the ip nat outside destination command, and the IOS version is 12.2(6) with a 3DES feature set. The command "ip nat outside destination static" is a hidden and unsupported command. In this case you need to use ip nat outside source static or ip nat inside source static.
Also, I found a Bug ID that affects this command:
CSCdv23427 Bug Details
Headline: Preventing incorrect inside destination static/outside dest cmds
First Found-in Version: 12.1, 12.2
First Fixed-in Version: 12.2(12.5), 12.2(12.5)S, 12.2(12.5)T, 12.1(17.1), 12.2(13.3)B, 12.1(18.1)E,
12.2(15)BW, 12.2(15)BZ, 12.2(15)BX, 12.2(15)ZN Version help
Blocking of "ip nat inside destination static" & "ip nat outside destination" commands to go
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