Adtran 1534P voice vlan is not connecting to the Internet

We just had to replace a Shoretel installation with new one due to ownership changes.

I created a new voice vlan (yes, I'm realizing now I should have just used the old one with minor adjustments) for it on the Adtran 1534P (2nd Gen).  It is working properly except for the DHCP and Internet access for the voice vlan.  I can ping all devices even across vlans, but cannot ping the gateway from any vlan except the data one.  We got things working by giving each phone a static IP (not the solution of choice), but cannot remote access the Shoretel server due to the lack of Internet.  I have configured the Layer 3 routing for each vlan.  I added option 156.  

Can anyone point me to the commands I am missing?  I have been using the GUI and cannot seem to find the missing piece.  I am not against a CLI solution, I'm just not familiar with AOS specifically.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
EdinitAsked:
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getzjdCommented:
What is your firewall/gateway?  Sounds like you need to permit the new VLAN traffic access to the internet and possibly add a route in your firewall directing the new VLAN subnet to the 1534P.

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EdinitAuthor Commented:
That was exactly the answer.  I needed to add static routes into the gateway router.  Thank you.
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