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Re: Upgrading from Netgear FVS318G (CIDR)
said by CIDRnetgear :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
...that would allow me to map the CIDR IP addresses correctly to our office.
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?