I do not see the need for any of those joist hangers right side up or upside down.
Band/Rim Joist: Band joists, also sometimes called rim joists, are just joists at either the side or end of the deck. There’s nothing special about them. In fact, unless you’ve got stairs attached to one of them, band/rim joists only have to carry a fraction of the load that the regular floor joists do.
The rim joist is also referred to as part of the band joists. The band joists are the ledger, header and rim (side) joists as a whole.
The rim joist is often the member that the railing posts are attached to for support. You will need to give extra support to the rim joist at these junctions. By installing bridging next to an inset post or behind an outset post you will ad a great deal of strength to the bottom of the rim joist. This will keep the railing firm.
You should be securing the rim joist at each end. It will not be possible to use a joist hanger at this connection. You should be nailing your frame together with 16 penny hot dip galvanized nails. Each end of your rim joist should have at least 5 nails. Most builders screw a 6” inside corner bracket inside the frame. This should keep the rim joist from loosening away from the frame.
When it comes to installing the rail post, addittional bridging and reiforcement will be required to help the band joist support it.