VLAN and routing to the internet

I am putting together a new network with VLANS.

My Vlans are : -  

47 Routers 10.1.0.x
48 Servers  10.1.48.x
49 WorkStations 10.1.49.x
50 Printers 10.1.50.x
51 Network Management 10.1.51.x

I am using a Netgear M4100 as the core switch, and two other netgear switches.

My VLANS are working fine, and if I attach a network device in one switch and put it on 10.1.48.200/24 and put another device in another switch and put it on 10.1.49.200/24 the ping with now trouble at all.

I want to have two routers, one on 10.1.0.2 Which will route traffic to the internet only and the other on 10.1.0.3 which wil be used for a connection to another office.

On the core switch i have defined 172.16.60.0/24 10.1.0.3 and 192.168.0.1/24 10.1.0.3
The default route is defined as 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.0.1.2

I can ping both routers from the vlans but I am unable to access the internet say ping 8.8.8.8

I have also added a static route on both routers of 10.1.48.0/24 10.1.0.1 along with the default route of 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 and then my wan gateway as my isp also provides me with a router which i have been given 5 external static ip addresses.

I have attached the running config of the cisco router

Any idea of why I can not connect to the internet via either of these routers.

Thanks for your help in advance.

Regards Andy
Cisco-running-config.txt
Andy BookerIT InfrastructureAsked:
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nociSoftware EngineerCommented:
So on all equiment there is a default route to 10.0.1.2  or 10.1.0.2... (i hope the latter)??
And you have a default route ON 10.1.0.2 pointing to 10.1.0.1 ?... why is de default  not pointing to the ISP router?
or are the systems in 10.1.48.0/24 pointing to 10.1.48.1... (which would be correct) if 10.1.48.1 has the default pointing to 10.1.0.2


What does a traceroute show you?
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Craig BeckCommented:
Can you provide a diagram?

The internet router needs a static for each subnet pointing back at the core switch (10.1.0.1???).
The 10.1.0.3 router needs a static default pointing to 10.1.0.2 (which you have) and statics pointing the other subnets at the core switch.

Really you should use a dynamic routing protocol, such as OSPF.  You can then propagate all of your routes without statics, and push the default to each router.
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