Not entirely sure i understand exactly what you mean.
A client in vlan 510 that wants to send traffic to the internet will send traffic to it's default-gateway which should be the eth1 router interface. The router then routes the packet to the outside interface and then sends the packet on to the same switch but in vlan 199.
Presumably the next-hop from your router to the ISP is also attached to the same L2 switch ?
As far as the L2 switch is concerned they are 2 totally separate networks (vlans) that can only communicate via the router.
Note though it's not necessarily a good idea to have the outside and inside vlans on the same L2 switch but it does depend on the rest of your topology.
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