I don't believe you're going to need "ip nat outside" on your loopback interface in order to get this to work the way that you want. You will, however, need "ip nat outside" on the serial side interface since your traffic is really going out of that interface. Also, when you telnet, source the interface that you're using for nat inside like:
telnet 192.168.2.1 /source f0/0
If you don't source it, it's going to use the wan interface in your situation.
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