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3com 5500g vlans and gateway out

3com 5500g vlans and gateway out

3com 5500g vlans and gateway out

I have 5500g
unit which is our core router.
We are in process of adding another /23 subnet to our site.
Currently we have /23 on vlan 1 configured all the routing on that vlan works fine
I have set up vlan 3 for the new /23 network
I have setup upd-helper an dhcp relay and clients on vlan 3 can connect succefully to dhcp however they can not ping to vlan1 or get out to internet
here snips of my config
dhcp-server 1 ip
dhcp-server detect
router id
udp-helper enable
interface Vlan-interface1
ip address
ip forward-broadcast
interface Vlan-interface3
ip address
dhcp-server 1
ip route-static preference 60
ip route-static preference 60
i STATIC 60 0 Vlan-interface1 DIRECT 0 0 Vlan-interface3 DIRECT 0 0 InLoopBack0 DIRECT 0 0 Vlan-interface1 DIRECT 0 0 InLoopBack0 DIRECT 0 0 InLoopBack0 DIRECT 0 0 InLoopBack0
What am I missing

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