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3750 switch setup as a router

i  have a cisco 3750g switch i need to enable routing. this is a fresh switch no config just need to get it to route to an ip.

switch gateway: 50.200.158.149 255.255.255.252
switch usable ip; 50.200.158.153 255.255.255.248

I need to set vlan 1 to 50.200.158.153 255.255.255.248 and have it route outside packets to
50.200.158.149 255.255.255.252.

this is a standard Comcast business setup but i am having a difficult time getting the switch to route outside packets.
If i put a host on the inside 50.200.158.154 and put it its gateway as 50.200.158.153 i need it to get to outside.

i basically need to set the switch as a router. so a genric config would be fine i can replace the ip's
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If you want to use static routes, you will need one from the other direction as well, ie whatever is at 50.200.158.149 will need a static route for 50.200.158.153/255.255.255.248 via 50.200.158.150.
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thanks to all for the help it I am able to ping from interface 1/0/1 to the outside. i believe i can ping from Vlan1 but not 100% sure yet the day ended and i was still having issues. do i need an access list to allow traffic back to vlan1?  the config with the zero's route is complete just want to make sure.