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Routing/NATing to internet

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We have an internal network setup like this...

192.168.230.0 --> 192.168.240.0 -->192.168.250.0 ---> to main network to internet (192.168.0.0/24)

Normally we don't want any of the 192.168.230.0, 240 and 250 networks to access the internet.
I need to briefly activate a windows server in the 250 network, but can't get to the internet.

I've added NATing for the this subnet on our firewall.
If I try to traceroute to something external, it dies at the route sitting on the 192.168.0.0 & 192.168.250.0 networks.

Any ideas what I am missing?

Thanks,

E.D>
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