This document provides a sample configuration with the ip nat outside source list command, and includes a brief description of what happens to the IP packet during the NAT process. You can use this command to translate the source address of the IP packets that travel from outside of the network to inside the network. This action translates the destination address of the IP packets that travel in the opposite direction—from inside to outside of the network.
During the NAT process for a packet that travels from the outside to inside of a private network, shouldn't the destination address of the packet be translated, why it writes "source address"?
During the NAT process for a packet that travels from the inside to outside of a private network, it writes the destination address of the packet is translated, which I agree.