REDIRECT is similar to regular destination NAT in the same way as MASQUERADING is similar
to source NAT - masquerading is source NAT, except you do not have to specify to-src-address -
outgoing interface address is used automatically. The same is for REDIRECT - it is destination
NAT where to-dst-address is not used - incoming interface address is used instead. So there is no
use of specifying to-src-address for src-nat rules with action=masquerade, as well as no use of
specifying to-dst-address for dst-nat rules with action=redirect. Note that to-dst-port is
meaningful for REDIRECT rules - this is the port on which the service on router that will handle
these requests is sitting (e.g. web proxy).
Pogledaj malo user manual od mikrotika sve je objasnjeno kako treba.
Skoro saki problem mozes da resis uz pomoc njihove dokumentacije i primera.