Tried making that change but figured it would not work since the router I'm using is not vlan aware and likely would not pass tagged packets. Exhibits the exact same behavior whether a trunk or access port.
Its a comcast router so I don't have access to all the settings. I can upgrade to a Netgear CG3000DCR which I've been told will give me more control over the settings like the ACL or I can use a spare Motorolla cable mode sb6121 but its not a router and I'm not sure if the Cisco SG300-10 can handle all routing tasks.
The issue was the router. It does not support NAT for internal networks on a different subnet. It routes LAN traffic correctly accoring to the static routes I setup for each vlan but NAT fails. The solution was to get a stand alone router that is VLAN aware and now everything is working perfectly.
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