said by CIDRnetgear :
...that would allow me to map the CIDR IP addresses correctly to our office.
Not sure what you mean by this. I've always thought of CIDR as simply anything not fixed on the /8, /12 or /16 subnet
mask boundaries. Secondly, CIDR itself is a recognized RFC since 1993, so pretty much any network gear out there should
support CIDR already.
Can you explain this via the actual configuration and/or setup you had on the Netgear that you need this new device to replicate?