If you want to secure your inside network from traffic coming from outside then you want to apply your acl on the interface that connects to the outside and you want to apply it in the inbound direction.
Coudl you explain the NAT setup a bit more clearly ?
If you are applying your acl on the outside interface in an inbound direction to restrict traffic from the outside you need to use the Natted address. But this won't work if you are using PAT.
If a packet comes from the outside with the destination address of your public ip and you hide all your private addresses behind this one public address your router won't know which private host to send the traffic to.
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