NAT IP names confusion


I’m following Jason Dion’s Network+ course and I’m a bit confused by the NAT IP names.

From this screenshot :


The inside global address definition is the address of the inside host as it appears to the outside world. For the outside world, doesn’t the packet seems to come from which should be the inside global IP address according to me ?

And what about the outside ones ?

I found some definitions from Cisco (, so please tell me if I’m wrong (or not) :

Outside local is the IP address of the external host as it appears to the inside network :
Outside global is the IP address assigned to a host on the outside network by the host owner :

Or didn’t I understand anything ? :wink:

Thanks a lot for your replies.