I am working on two x460-G2 switches that are stacked. We desire to have 4 vlans, each with a separate IP Space, and create a 5th Vlan, that acts as a routing VLAN which will have a port that is a link to our core routing device. Our idea is instead of having all the devices do its routing through the core device, it can go through the 5th Vlan to do all the routing. What is the best way to go about this? I am unsure if there is a way to create virtual interfaces on the port that is connected to the core device. To my understanding each vlan needs to have its own gateway, hence, the thought of having virtual interfaces on that port that is linked to the core device. Or is it better to create static routes on each vlan to route it correctly to the core device. Or am I completely off? Help is much appreciated.