modules/admin-mini: Added WLAN-Scan page
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1 uci_applied = "The following changes have been applied"
2 uci_reverted = "The following changes have been reverted"
3
4 a_i_ui = "User Interface"
5
6 c_lucidesc = [[LuCI is a collection of free Lua software including an MVC-Webframework and webinterface for embedded devices.
7 Luci is licensed under the Apache-License.]]
8 c_projecthome = "Project Homepage"
9 c_leaddev = "Lead Development"
10 c_contributors = "Contributing Developers"
11 c_thanksto = "Thanks To"
12
13 a_i_i_hello = "Hello!"
14 a_i_i_admin1 = "This is the administration area of LuCI."
15 a_i_i_admin2 = "LuCI is a free, flexible, and user friendly graphical interface for configuring OpenWRT Kamikaze."
16 a_i_i_admin3 = "On the following pages you can adjust all important settings of your router."
17 a_i_i_admin4 = [[Notice: In LuCI changes have to be confirmed by clicking Changes - Apply before being applied.]]
18 a_i_i_admin5 = [[As we are always want to improve this interface we are looking forward
19 to your feedback and suggestions.]]
20 a_i_i_admin6 = "And now have fun with your router!"
21 a_i_i_team = "The LuCI Team"
22
23 a_i_luci1 = "Here you can customize the settings and the functionality of LuCI."
24 a_i_ucicommit = "Post-commit actions"
25 a_i_ucicommit1 = [[These commands will be executed automatically when a given UCI configuration is committed allowing
26 changes to be applied instantly.]]
27 a_i_keepflash = "Files to be kept when flashing a new firmware"
28 a_i_keepflash1 = "When flashing a new firmware with LuCI these files will be added to the new firmware installation."
29
30 a_st_i_status1 = [[Here you can find information about the current system status like CPU clock frequency, memory
31 usage or network interface data.]]
32 a_st_i_status2 = [[Also kernel or service logfiles can be viewed here to get an overview over their current state.]]
33
34 iwscan = "WLAN-Scan"
35 iwscan1 = "Wifi networks in your local environment"
36 iwscan_encr = "Encr."
37 iwscan_link = "Link"
38 iwscan_signal = "Signal"
39 iwscan_noise = "Noise"
40
41 routes = "Routes"
42 routes_netmask = "Netmask"
43 routes_gateway = "Gateway"
44 routes_metric = "Metric"
45
46 a_s_desc = "Here you can configure the basic aspects of your device like its hostname or the timezone."
47 a_s_packages = "Software"
48 a_s_changepw = "Admin Password"
49 a_s_p_ipkg = "IPKG-Configuration"
50 a_s_sshkeys = "SSH-Keys"
51 a_s_fstab = "Mount Points"
52 a_s_flash = "Flash Firmware"
53
54 a_s_i_system1 = [[Change settings related to the system itself, its identification,
55 installed hard- and software, authentication or mount points.]]
56 a_s_i_system2 = [[These settings define the base of your system.]]
57 a_s_i_system3 = [[Pay attention as any misconfiguration here may prevent your device from booting
58 or may lock yourself out of it.]]
59
60 a_s_packages_do = "Perform Actions"
61 a_s_packages_install = "Install"
62 a_s_packages_installurl = "Download and install package"
63 a_s_packages_ipkg = "Edit package lists and installation targets"
64 a_s_packages_name = "Paketname"
65 a_s_packages_remove = "Remove"
66 a_s_packages_search = "Find package"
67 a_s_packages_update = "Package lists updated"
68 a_s_packages_updatelist = "Update package lists"
69 a_s_packages_upgrade = "Upgrade installed packages"
70
71 a_s_p_ipkg_pkglists = "Package lists"
72 a_s_p_ipkg_targets = "Installation targets"
73
74 a_s_changepw1 = "Change the password of the system administrator (User \"root\")"
75 a_s_changepw_changed = "Password successfully changed"
76 a_s_changepw_nomatch = "Error: Passwords do not match"
77
78 a_s_sshkeys1 = "Here you can paste public SSH-Keys (one per line) for SSH public-key authentication."
79
80 a_s_fstab_mountpoints = "Mount Points"
81 a_s_fstab_mountpoints1 = "Mount Points define at which point a memory device will be attached to the filesystem"
82
83 a_s_fstab_mountpoint = "Mount Point"
84 a_s_fstab_device1 = "The device file of the memory or partition (e.g. /dev/sda1)"
85 a_s_fstab_fs1 = "The filesystem that was used to format the memory (e.g. ext3)"
86 a_s_fstab_swap1 = [[If your physical memory is insufficient unused data can be temporarily swapped
87 to a swap-device resulting in a higher amount of usable RAM. Be aware that swapping data is a very slow process
88 as the swap-device cannot be accessed with the high datarates of the RAM.]]
89
90 a_s_flash_flashed = "Firmware successfully flashed. Rebooting device..."
91 a_s_flash_flasherr = "Failed to flash"
92 a_s_flash_fwimage = "Firmwareimage"
93 a_s_flash_fwupgrade = "Flash Firmware"
94 a_s_flash_keepcfg = "Keep configuration files"
95 a_s_flash_notimplemented = "Sorry, this function is not (yet) available for your platform."
96 a_s_flash_upgrade1 = "Replaces the installed firmware with a new one. The firmware format is platform-dependent."
97
98 a_s_reboot1 = "Reboots the operating system of your device"
99 a_s_reboot_do = "Perform reboot"
100 a_s_reboot_running = "Please wait: Device rebooting..."
101 a_s_reboot_u = "Warning: There are unsaved changes that will be lost while rebooting!"
102
103 a_srv_http = "HTTP-Server"
104 a_srv_ssh = "SSH-Server"
105
106 a_srv_services1 = "Services and daemons perform certain tasks on your device."
107 a_srv_services2 = [[Most of them are network servers, that offer a certain service for your device or network like
108 shell access, serving webpages like LuCI, doing mesh routing, sending e-mails, ...]]
109
110 a_srv_http1 = "A small webserver which can be used to serve LuCI."
111 a_srv_http_authrealm = "Authentication Realm"
112 a_srv_http_authrealm1 = "The realm which will be displayed at the authentication prompt for protected pages."
113 a_srv_http_config1 = "defaults to /etc/httpd.conf"
114 a_srv_http_root = "Document root"
115
116 a_srv_dropbear1 = "Dropbear offers SSH network shell access and an integrated SCP server"
117 a_srv_d_pwauth = "Password authentication"
118 a_srv_d_pwauth1 = "Allow SSH password authentication"
119
120 a_w_wifi1 = [[On this pages you find confiugration options for WLAN based wireless networks.]]
121 a_w_wifi2 = [[You can easily integrate your 802.11a/b/g/n-devices into your physical network and use
122 the virtual adapter support to build wireless repeaters or offer several networks with one device.]]
123 a_w_wifi3 = [[There is support for Managed, Client, Ad-Hoc and WDS operating modes as well as
124 WPA and WPA2 encryption for secure communnication.]]
125
126 a_w_devices1 = "Here you can configure installed wifi devices."
127 a_w_channel = "Channel"
128 a_w_txantenna = "Transmit Antenna"
129 a_w_rxantenna = "Receive Antenna"
130 a_w_distance1 = "Distance to furthest station (m)"
131 a_w_diversity = "Diversity"
132 a_w_countrycode = "Country Code"
133 a_w_connlimit = "Connection Limit"
134
135 a_w_networks1 = [[You can run several wifi networks with one device. Be aware that there are certain
136 hardware and driverspecific restrictions. Normally you can operate 1 Ad-Hoc or up to 3 Master-Mode and 1 Client-Mode
137 network simultaneously.]]
138 a_w_netid = "Network Name (ESSID)"
139 a_w_network1 = "Add the Wifi network to physical network"
140 a_w_txpwr = "Transmit Power"
141 a_w_brcmburst = "Broadcom Frameburst"
142 a_w_athburst = "Atheros Frameburst"
143 a_w_radiussrv = "Radius-Server"
144 a_w_radiusport = "Radius-Port"
145 a_w_apisolation = "AP-Isolation"
146 a_w_apisolation1 = "Prevents Client to Client communication"
147 a_w_hideessid = "Hide ESSID"
148 a_w_ap = "Access Point"
149 a_w_adhoc = "Ad-Hoc"
150 a_w_client = "Client"
151 a_w_wds = "WDS"
152
153 dhcp_desc = "Dnsmasq is a combined DHCP-Server and DNS-Forwarder for NAT firewalls"
154 dhcp_dnsmasq_domainneeded = "Domain required"
155 dhcp_dnsmasq_domainneeded_desc = "Don't forward DNS-Requests without DNS-Name"
156 dhcp_dnsmasq_authoritative = "Authoritative"
157 dhcp_dnsmasq_authoritative_desc = "This is the only DHCP in the local network"
158 dhcp_dnsmasq_boguspriv = "Filter private"
159 dhcp_dnsmasq_boguspriv_desc = "Don't forward reverse lookups for local networks"
160 dhcp_dnsmasq_filterwin2k = "Filter useless"
161 dhcp_dnsmasq_filterwin2k_desc = "filter useless DNS-queries of Windows-systems"
162 dhcp_dnsmasq_localisequeries = "Localise queries"
163 dhcp_dnsmasq_localisequeries_desc = "localises the hostname depending on its subnet"
164 dhcp_dnsmasq_local = "Local Server"
165 dhcp_dnsmasq_domain = "Local Domain"
166 dhcp_dnsmasq_expandhosts = "Expand Hosts"
167 dhcp_dnsmasq_expandhosts_desc = "adds domain names to hostentries in the resolv file"
168 dhcp_dnsmasq_nonegcache = "don't cache unknown"
169 dhcp_dnsmasq_nonegcache_desc = "prevents caching of negative DNS-replies"
170 dhcp_dnsmasq_readethers = "Use /etc/ethers"
171 dhcp_dnsmasq_readethers_desc = "Read /etc/ethers to configure the DHCP-Server"
172 dhcp_dnsmasq_leasefile = "Leasefile"
173 dhcp_dnsmasq_leasefile_desc = "file where given DHCP-leases will be stored"
174 dhcp_dnsmasq_resolvfile = "Resolvfile"
175 dhcp_dnsmasq_resolvfile_desc = "local DNS file"
176 dhcp_dnsmasq_nohosts = "Ignore /etc/hosts"
177 dhcp_dnsmasq_strictorder = "Strict order"
178 dhcp_dnsmasq_strictorder_desc = "DNS-Server will be queried in the order of the resolvfile"
179 dhcp_dnsmasq_logqueries = "Log queries"
180 dhcp_dnsmasq_noresolv = "Ignore resolve file"
181 dhcp_dnsmasq_dnsforwardmax = "concurrent queries"
182 dhcp_dnsmasq_port = "DNS-Port"
183 dhcp_dnsmasq_ednspacket_max = "max. EDNS.0 paket size"
184 dhcp_dnsmasq_dhcpleasemax = "max. DHCP-Leases"
185 dhcp_dnsmasq_addnhosts = "additional hostfile"
186 dhcp_dnsmasq_queryport = "query port"
187
188 a_n_switch = "Switch"
189 a_n_routes = "Routes"
190
191 a_network1 = "In this area you find all network-related settings."
192 a_network2 = "On most routers the network switch can be freely configured and splitted up into several VLANs."
193 a_network3 = "Interfaces and PPPoE / PPTP-Settings allow a custom organisation of the network and connections to other networks like the internet."
194 a_network4 = "With DHCP devices in your local network can be automatically configured for network communication."
195 a_network5 = "Firewall and portforwarding can be used to secure your network while providing services to external networks."
196
197 a_n_switch1 = [[The network ports on your router can be combined to several VLANs
198 in which computers can communicate directly with each other.
199 VLANs are often used to separate different network segments.
200 Often there is by default one Uplink port for a connection to the next greater network like the internet
201 and other ports for a local network.]]
202 network_switch_desc = [[Ports belonging to a VLAN are separated with spaces.
203 The port with the highest number (usually 5) is oftern the connection to the internal network interface of the router.
204 On devices with 5 ports often the one with the lowest number (0) is the predefined Uplink port.]]
205
206 a_n_ifaces1 = [[On this page you can configure the network interfaces.
207 You can bridge several interfaces by ticking the "bridge interfaces" field and enter the names
208 of several network interfaces separated by spaces.
209 You can also use VLAN notation INTERFACE.VLANNR (e.g.: eth0.1).]]
210 a_n_i_bridge = "Bridge interfaces"
211 a_n_i_bridge1 = "creates a bridge over specified interface(s)"
212
213 dhcp_desc = [[With DHCP network members can automatically receive
214 their network settings (IP-address, netmaske, DNS-server, ...).]]
215 dhcp_dhcp_leasetime = "Leasetime"
216 dhcp_dhcp_dynamicdhcp = "Dynamic DHCP"
217 dhcp_dhcp_ignore = "Ignore interface"
218 dhcp_dhcp_ignore_desc = "disable DHCP for this interface"
219 dhcp_dhcp_force = "Force"
220 dhcp_dhcp_start_desc = "first address (last octet)"
221 dhcp_dhcp_limit_desc = "number of leased addresses -1"
222
223 luci_ethers = "Static Leases"
224
225 a_n_ptp = "Point-to-Point Connections"
226 a_n_ptp1 = [[Point-to-Point connections with PPPoE or PPTP are often used to connect a device
227 over DSL or similar technologies to an internet access point.]]
228 network_interface_server = "PPTP-Server"
229 network_interface_demand = "Automatic Disconnect"
230 network_interface_demand_desc = "Time after which an unused connection will be closed"
231 network_interface_keepalive = "Keep-Alive"
232 network_interface_keepalive_desc = "Reconnect lost connections"
233
234 a_n_routes = "Static Routes"
235 a_n_routes1 = [[With Static Routes you can specify through which
236 interface and gateway a certain host or network can be reached.]]
237 a_n_r_target1 = "host-IP or network"
238 a_n_r_netmask1 = "if target is a network"
239
240 m_n_local = "Local Network"
241 m_n_inet = "Internet Connection"
242 m_n_route = "Route"
243 m_n_brdige = "Bridge"
244
245 m_w_ap = "Provide (Access Point)"
246 m_w_adhoc = "Independent (Ad-Hoc)"
247 m_w_client = "Join (Client)"
248 m_w_wds = "Distributed (WDS)"
249 m_w_clientmode = "Clientmode"
250
251 system_system_logsize = "System log buffer size"
252 system_system_logip = "External system log server"
253 system_system_conloglevel = "Log output level"
254 system_system_conloglevel_desc = "Level of log messages on the console"
255
256 m_i_processor = "Processor"
257 m_i_memory = "Memory"
258 m_i_systemtime = "Local Time"
259 m_i_uptime = "Uptime"
260
261 m_n_d_firstaddress = "First leased address"
262 m_n_d_numleases = "Number of leasesed addresses"
263
264 routingtable = "Routing table"
265 wlanscan = "Wifi scan"