Not being a plumber I do not know if this idea is of any value. But if there is a cabinet located where the word "inside" is, why not just run the pipe straight down through the floor between the two joists to the right of the rim joist? Or else come down in the wall cavity to just above the sole plate and 45 out of the cavity into back into the cavity and then 45 straight back down through the subfloor between those two joists to the right of the rim joist. Of course, if there is no cabinet to hide this piping or if you desire a neat interior space in your cabinets, this will not work for you. If you are a wood butcher like myself, you could always cut out whatever is in the way (sole plate, floor, part of the rim joist, part of the other joist) and reinforce whatever is cut out.