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component of NATing ?

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I would like to understand the component of NAT like
->inside local address
->inside global address
->outside local address
->outside global address

I do have some books to follow up and to understand but more I read, the more I get confused. I would appreciate if someone could guide me to some online url for practical understanding and to grasp the concept behind very clear. Thanks a lot!
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how about this?
nat-cisco.pdf
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Inside Local : Inside local are those addresses which are running on your LAN before doing NAT
Inside Global: are those addressed which are translated
For example;
                    inside Local: 192.168.1.2 255.255.255.0
after nat
                     inside global: x.x.x.x 255.255.255.0
x.x.x.x means that any public ip
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Thank you! :-)
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