troubleshooting Question

SonicWall 2600 multiple wan->lan configuration

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Ok,
I am completely baffled here. We are replacing a Forefront TMG firewall with a SonicWall NSA 2600.
We have a block of fixed IP's (5) from our provider 50.xx.xx.2 - 50.xx.xx.5 connected to X1; our primary internal LAN 192.168.xx.xx on X0. We can access the internet, and I have configured for our exchange server so email is functioning too.
NOW, there is one server on site that has multiple NIC's( 11.xx.xx.2,12.xx.xx.2,13.xx.xx.2)  Each NIC has a different website bound to it in IIS. For the life of me I cannot configure the SonicWall to route traffic from say 50.xx.xx.3 to 11.xx.xx.2. I need to do this for each of the connections on this server. I am pretty well versed on the Forefront firewall, but I am absolutely lost on getting this SonicWall set up.
Any help and detailed examples would be greatly appreciated.
Andy

RECAP:
WAN: 50xx.xx.2 ->50.xx.xx.5 on one physical connection
LAN X0: 192.168.xx.xx -> this is the gateway for internal domain works OK
DMZ 1 on X2: 11.xx.xx.2 -> NOT WORKING NEEDS ACCESS FROM 50xx.xx.3
DMZ 2 on X3: 12.xx.xx.2 -> NOT WORKING NEEDS ACCESS FROM 50.xx.xx.4
DMZ 3 on X4: 13.xx.xx.2 -> NOT WORKING NEEDS ACCESS FROM 50.xx.xx.5
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