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3 <i18n:msgs xmlns:i18n="http://luci.freifunk-halle.net/2008/i18n#" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
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5 <i18n:msg xml:id="uci_applied">The following changes have been applied</i18n:msg>
6 <i18n:msg xml:id="uci_reverted">The following changes have been reverted</i18n:msg>
7 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_ui">User Interface</i18n:msg>
8 <i18n:msg xml:id="c_lucidesc"><abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr> is a collection of free Lua software including an <abbr title="Model-View-Controller">MVC</abbr>-Webframework and webinterface for embedded devices. <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr> is licensed under the Apache-License.</i18n:msg>
9 <i18n:msg xml:id="c_projecthome">Project Homepage</i18n:msg>
10 <i18n:msg xml:id="c_leaddev">Lead Development</i18n:msg>
11 <i18n:msg xml:id="c_contributors">Contributing Developers</i18n:msg>
12 <i18n:msg xml:id="c_thanksto">Thanks To</i18n:msg>
13 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_hello">Hello!</i18n:msg>
14 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_admin1">This is the administration area of <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr>.</i18n:msg>
15 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_admin2"><abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr> is a free, flexible, and user friendly graphical interface for configuring OpenWrt Kamikaze.</i18n:msg>
16 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_admin3">On the following pages you can adjust all important settings of your router.</i18n:msg>
17 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_admin4">Notice: In <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr> changes have to be confirmed by clicking Changes - Save &amp; Apply before being applied.</i18n:msg>
18 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_admin5">As we are always want to improve this interface we are looking forward to your feedback and suggestions.</i18n:msg>
19 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_admin6">And now have fun with your router!</i18n:msg>
20 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_i_team">The <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr> Team</i18n:msg>
21 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_luci1">Here you can customize the settings and the functionality of <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr>.</i18n:msg>
22 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_ucicommit">Post-commit actions</i18n:msg>
23 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_ucicommit1">These commands will be executed automatically when a given <abbr title="Unified Configuration Interface">UCI</abbr> configuration is committed allowing changes to be applied instantly.</i18n:msg>
24 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_keepflash">Files to be kept when flashing a new firmware</i18n:msg>
25 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_i_keepflash1">When flashing a new firmware with <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr> these files will be added to the new firmware installation.</i18n:msg>
26 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_st_i_status1">Here you can find information about the current system status like <abbr title="Central Processing Unit">CPU</abbr> clock frequency, memory usage or network interface data.</i18n:msg>
27 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_st_i_status2">Also kernel or service logfiles can be viewed here to get an overview over their current state.</i18n:msg>
28 <i18n:msg xml:id="iwscan"><abbr title="Wireless Local Area Network">WLAN</abbr>-Scan</i18n:msg>
29 <i18n:msg xml:id="iwscan1">Wifi networks in your local environment</i18n:msg>
30 <i18n:msg xml:id="iwscan_encr"><abbr title="Encrypted">Encr.</abbr></i18n:msg>
31 <i18n:msg xml:id="iwscan_link">Link</i18n:msg>
32 <i18n:msg xml:id="iwscan_signal">Signal</i18n:msg>
33 <i18n:msg xml:id="iwscan_noise">Noise</i18n:msg>
34 <i18n:msg xml:id="routes">Routes</i18n:msg>
35 <i18n:msg xml:id="routes_netmask">Netmask</i18n:msg>
36 <i18n:msg xml:id="routes_gateway">Gateway</i18n:msg>
37 <i18n:msg xml:id="routes_metric">Metric</i18n:msg>
38 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_desc">Here you can configure the basic aspects of your device like its hostname or the timezone.</i18n:msg>
39 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages">Software</i18n:msg>
40 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_changepw">Admin Password</i18n:msg>
41 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_p_ipkg">OPKG-Configuration</i18n:msg>
42 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_sshkeys"><abbr title="Secure Shell">SSH</abbr>-Keys</i18n:msg>
43 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab">Mount Points</i18n:msg>
44 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash">Flash Firmware</i18n:msg>
45 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_i_system1">Change settings related to the system itself, its identification, installed hard- and software, authentication or mount points.</i18n:msg>
46 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_i_system2">These settings define the base of your system.</i18n:msg>
47 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_i_system3">Pay attention as any misconfiguration here may prevent your device from booting or may lock yourself out of it.</i18n:msg>
48 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_do">Perform Actions</i18n:msg>
49 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_install">Install</i18n:msg>
50 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_installurl">Download and install package</i18n:msg>
51 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_ipkg">Edit package lists and installation targets</i18n:msg>
52 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_name">Paketname</i18n:msg>
53 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_remove">Remove</i18n:msg>
54 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_search">Find package</i18n:msg>
55 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_update">Package lists updated</i18n:msg>
56 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_updatelist">Update package lists</i18n:msg>
57 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_packages_upgrade">Upgrade installed packages</i18n:msg>
58 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_p_ipkg_pkglists">Package lists</i18n:msg>
59 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_p_ipkg_targets">Installation targets</i18n:msg>
60 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_changepw1">Change the password of the system administrator (User <code>root</code>)</i18n:msg>
61 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_changepw_changed">Password successfully changed</i18n:msg>
62 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_changepw_nomatch">Error: Passwords do not match</i18n:msg>
63 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_sshkeys1">Here you can paste public <abbr title="Secure Shell">SSH</abbr>-Keys (one per line) for <abbr title="Secure Shell">SSH</abbr> public-key authentication.</i18n:msg>
64 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_mountpoints">Mount Points</i18n:msg>
65 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_mountpoints1">Mount Points define at which point a memory device will be attached to the filesystem</i18n:msg>
66 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_active">Mounted file systems</i18n:msg>
67 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_used">Used</i18n:msg>
68 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_avail">Available</i18n:msg>
69 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_mountpoint">Mount Point</i18n:msg>
70 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_device1">The device file of the memory or partition (<abbr title="for example">e.g.</abbr> <code>/dev/sda1</code>)</i18n:msg>
71 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_fs1">The filesystem that was used to format the memory (<abbr title="for example">e.g.</abbr> <samp><abbr title="Third Extended Filesystem">ext3</abbr></samp>)</i18n:msg>
72 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_fstab_swap1">If your physical memory is insufficient unused data can be temporarily swapped to a swap-device resulting in a higher amount of usable <abbr title="Random Access Memory">RAM</abbr>. Be aware that swapping data is a very slow process as the swap-device cannot be accessed with the high datarates of the <abbr title="Random Access Memory">RAM</abbr>.</i18n:msg>
73 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_flashed">Firmware successfully flashed. Rebooting device...</i18n:msg>
74 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_flasherr">Failed to flash</i18n:msg>
75 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_fwimage">Firmware image</i18n:msg>
76 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_received">Image received. About to start flashing process. DO NOT POWER OFF THE DEVICE!</i18n:msg>
77 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_inprogress">Writing firmware...</i18n:msg>
78 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_fwupgrade">Flash Firmware</i18n:msg>
79 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_keepcfg">Keep configuration files</i18n:msg>
80 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_notimplemented">Sorry, this function is not (yet) available for your platform.</i18n:msg>
81 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_flash_upgrade1">Replaces the installed firmware with a new one. The firmware format is platform-dependent.</i18n:msg>
82 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_reboot1">Reboots the operating system of your device</i18n:msg>
83 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_reboot_do">Perform reboot</i18n:msg>
84 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_reboot_running">Please wait: Device rebooting...</i18n:msg>
85 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_reboot_u">Warning: There are unsaved changes that will be lost while rebooting!</i18n:msg>
86 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_applyreboot1">Changes applied.</i18n:msg>
87 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup">Backup / Restore</i18n:msg>
88 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup_backup">Create backup</i18n:msg>
89 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup_archive">Backup Archive</i18n:msg>
90 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup_reset">Reset router to defaults</i18n:msg>
91 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup_reset1">Proceed reverting all settings and resetting to firmware defaults?</i18n:msg>
92 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup_restore">Restore backup</i18n:msg>
93 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_backup1">Here you can backup and restore your router configuration and - if possible - reset the router to the default settings.</i18n:msg>
94 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_http"><abbr title="Hypertext Transfer Protocol">HTTP</abbr>-Server</i18n:msg>
95 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_ssh"><abbr title="Secure Shell">SSH</abbr>-Server</i18n:msg>
96 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_services1">Services and daemons perform certain tasks on your device.</i18n:msg>
97 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_services2">Most of them are network servers, that offer a certain service for your device or network like shell access, serving webpages like <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr>, doing mesh routing, sending e-mails, ...</i18n:msg>
98 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_http1">A small webserver which can be used to serve <abbr title="Lua Configuration Interface">LuCI</abbr>.</i18n:msg>
99 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_http_authrealm">Authentication Realm</i18n:msg>
100 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_http_authrealm1">The realm which will be displayed at the authentication prompt for protected pages.</i18n:msg>
101 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_http_config1">defaults to <code>/etc/httpd.conf</code></i18n:msg>
102 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_http_root">Document root</i18n:msg>
103 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_dropbear1">Dropbear offers <abbr title="Secure Shell">SSH</abbr> network shell access and an integrated <abbr title="Secure Copy">SCP</abbr> server</i18n:msg>
104 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_d_pwauth">Password authentication</i18n:msg>
105 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_srv_d_pwauth1">Allow <abbr title="Secure Shell">SSH</abbr> password authentication</i18n:msg>
106 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_channel">Channel</i18n:msg>
107 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_wifi1">On this pages you find confiugration options for <abbr title="Wireless Local Area Network">WLAN</abbr> based wireless networks.</i18n:msg>
108 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_wifi2">You can easily integrate your 802.11a/b/g/n-devices into your physical network and use the virtual adapter support to build wireless repeaters or offer several networks with one device.</i18n:msg>
109 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_wifi3">There is support for Managed, Client, Ad-Hoc and <abbr title="Wireless Distribution System">WDS</abbr> operating modes as well as <abbr title="Wi-Fi Protected Access">WPA</abbr> and <abbr title="Wi-Fi Protected Access 2">WPA2</abbr> encryption for secure communnication.</i18n:msg>
110 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_devices1">Here you can configure installed wifi devices.</i18n:msg>
111 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_txantenna">Transmit Antenna</i18n:msg>
112 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_rxantenna">Receive Antenna</i18n:msg>
113 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_distance1">Distance to furthest station (in meter)</i18n:msg>
114 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_diversity">Diversity</i18n:msg>
115 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_countrycode">Country Code</i18n:msg>
116 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_connlimit">Connection Limit</i18n:msg>
117 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_networks1">You can run several wifi networks with one device. Be aware that there are certain hardware and driverspecific restrictions. Normally you can operate 1 Ad-Hoc or up to 3 Master-Mode and 1 Client-Mode network simultaneously.</i18n:msg>
118 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_netid">Network Name (<abbr title="Extended Service Set Identifier">ESSID</abbr>)</i18n:msg>
119 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_network1">Add the Wifi network to physical network</i18n:msg>
120 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_netmanual"> - Create new Network - </i18n:msg>
121 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_txpwr">Transmit Power</i18n:msg>
122 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_brcmburst">Broadcom Frameburst</i18n:msg>
123 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_athburst">Atheros Frameburst</i18n:msg>
124 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_radiussrv">RadiusServer</i18n:msg>
125 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_radiusport">Radius-Port</i18n:msg>
126 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_apisolation">AP-Isolation</i18n:msg>
127 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_apisolation1">Prevents Client to Client communication</i18n:msg>
128 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_hideessid">Hide <abbr title="Extended Service Set Identifier">ESSID</abbr></i18n:msg>
129 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_ap">Access Point</i18n:msg>
130 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_adhoc">Ad-Hoc</i18n:msg>
131 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_ahdemo">Pseudo Ad-Hoc (ahdemo)</i18n:msg>
132 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_client">Client</i18n:msg>
133 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_wds">WDS</i18n:msg>
134 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_monitor">Monitor</i18n:msg>
135 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_desc">Dnsmasq is a combined <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr>-Server and <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-Forwarder for <abbr title="Network Address Translation">NAT</abbr> firewalls</i18n:msg>
136 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_domainneeded">Domain required</i18n:msg>
137 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_domainneeded_desc">Don&#39;t forward <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-Requests without <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-Name</i18n:msg>
138 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_authoritative">Authoritative</i18n:msg>
139 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_authoritative_desc">This is the only <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr> in the local network</i18n:msg>
140 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_boguspriv">Filter private</i18n:msg>
141 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_boguspriv_desc">Don&#39;t forward reverse lookups for local networks</i18n:msg>
142 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_filterwin2k">Filter useless</i18n:msg>
143 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_filterwin2k_desc">filter useless <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-queries of Windows-systems</i18n:msg>
144 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_localisequeries">Localise queries</i18n:msg>
145 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_localisequeries_desc">localises the hostname depending on its subnet</i18n:msg>
146 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_local">Local Server</i18n:msg>
147 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_domain">Local Domain</i18n:msg>
148 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_expandhosts">Expand Hosts</i18n:msg>
149 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_expandhosts_desc">adds domain names to hostentries in the resolv file</i18n:msg>
150 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_nonegcache">don&#39;t cache unknown</i18n:msg>
151 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_nonegcache_desc">prevents caching of negative <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-replies</i18n:msg>
152 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_readethers">Use <code>/etc/ethers</code></i18n:msg>
153 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_readethers_desc">Read <code>/etc/ethers</code> to configure the <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr>-Server</i18n:msg>
154 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_leasefile">Leasefile</i18n:msg>
155 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_leasefile_desc">file where given <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr>-leases will be stored</i18n:msg>
156 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_resolvfile">Resolvfile</i18n:msg>
157 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_resolvfile_desc">local <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr> file</i18n:msg>
158 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_nohosts">Ignore <code>/etc/hosts</code></i18n:msg>
159 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_strictorder">Strict order</i18n:msg>
160 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_strictorder_desc"><abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-Server will be queried in the order of the resolvfile</i18n:msg>
161 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_logqueries">Log queries</i18n:msg>
162 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_noresolv">Ignore resolve file</i18n:msg>
163 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_dnsforwardmax">concurrent queries</i18n:msg>
164 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_port"><abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-Port</i18n:msg>
165 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_ednspacket_max"><abbr title="maximal">max.</abbr> <abbr title="Extension Mechanisms for Domain Name System">EDNS0</abbr> paket size</i18n:msg>
166 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_dhcpleasemax"><abbr title="maximal">max.</abbr> <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr>-Leases</i18n:msg>
167 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_addnhosts">additional hostfile</i18n:msg>
168 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_queryport">query port</i18n:msg>
169 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_enabletftp">Enable TFTP-Server</i18n:msg>
170 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_tftproot">TFTP-Server Root</i18n:msg>
171 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dnsmasq_dhcpboot">Network Boot Image</i18n:msg>
172 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_switch">Switch</i18n:msg>
173 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_conntrack">Active Connections</i18n:msg>
174 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_conntrack_desc">This page gives an overview over currently active network connections.</i18n:msg>
175 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_routes">Routes</i18n:msg>
176 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_network1">In this area you find all network-related settings.</i18n:msg>
177 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_network2">On most routers the network switch can be freely configured and splitted up into several <abbr title="Virtual Local Area Network">VLAN</abbr>s.</i18n:msg>
178 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_network3">Interfaces and <abbr title="Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet">PPPoE</abbr> / <abbr title="Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol">PPTP</abbr>-Settings allow a custom organisation of the network and connections to other networks like the internet.</i18n:msg>
179 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_network4">With <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr> devices in your local network can be automatically configured for network communication.</i18n:msg>
180 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_network5">Firewall and portforwarding can be used to secure your network while providing services to external networks.</i18n:msg>
181 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_switch1">The network ports on your router can be combined to several <abbr title="Virtual Local Area Network">VLAN</abbr>s in which computers can communicate directly with each other. <abbr title="Virtual Local Area Network">VLAN</abbr>s are often used to separate different network segments. Often there is by default one Uplink port for a connection to the next greater network like the internet and other ports for a local network.</i18n:msg>
182 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_switch_desc">Ports belonging to a <abbr title="Virtual Local Area Network">VLAN</abbr> are separated with spaces. The port with the highest number (usually 5) is oftern the connection to the internal network interface of the router. On devices with 5 ports often the one with the lowest number (0) is the predefined Uplink port.</i18n:msg>
183 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_ifaces1">On this page you can configure the network interfaces. You can bridge several interfaces by ticking the &quot;bridge interfaces&quot; field and enter the names of several network interfaces separated by spaces. You can also use <abbr title="Virtual Local Area Network">VLAN</abbr> notation <samp>INTERFACE.VLANNR</samp> (<abbr title="for example">e.g.</abbr>: <samp>eth0.1</samp>).</i18n:msg>
184 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_i_bridge">Bridge interfaces</i18n:msg>
185 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_i_bridge1">creates a bridge over specified interface(s)</i18n:msg>
186 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_desc">With <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr> network members can automatically receive their network settings (<abbr title="Internet Protocol">IP</abbr>-address, netmask, <abbr title="Domain Name System">DNS</abbr>-server, ...).</i18n:msg>
187 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_leasetime">Leasetime</i18n:msg>
188 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_dynamicdhcp">Dynamic <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr></i18n:msg>
189 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_ignore">Ignore interface</i18n:msg>
190 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_ignore_desc">disable <abbr title="Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol">DHCP</abbr> for this interface</i18n:msg>
191 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_force">Force</i18n:msg>
192 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_start_desc">first address (last octet)</i18n:msg>
193 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_limit_desc">number of leased addresses -1</i18n:msg>
194 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_dhcpoption">DHCP-Options</i18n:msg>
195 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_dhcp_dhcpoption_desc">See "dnsmasq --help dhcp" for a list of available options.</i18n:msg>
196 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_leases">Leases</i18n:msg>
197 <i18n:msg xml:id="luci_ethers">Static Leases</i18n:msg>
198 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_timeremain">Leasetime remaining</i18n:msg>
199 <i18n:msg xml:id="dhcp_leases_active">Active Leases</i18n:msg>
200 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_ptp">Point-to-Point Connections</i18n:msg>
201 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_ptp1">Point-to-Point connections with <abbr title="Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet">PPPoE</abbr> or <abbr title="Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol">PPTP</abbr> are often used to connect a device over <abbr title="Digital Subscriber Line">DSL</abbr> or similar technologies to an internet access point.</i18n:msg>
202 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_prereq">You need to install "comgt" for UMTS/GPRS, "ppp-mod-pppoe" for PPPoE, "ppp-mod-pppoa" for PPPoA or "pptp" for PPtP support</i18n:msg>
203 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_prereq_mini">You need to install "ppp-mod-pppoe" for PPPoE or "pptp" for PPtP support</i18n:msg>
204 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_server"><abbr title="Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol">PPTP</abbr>-Server</i18n:msg>
205 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_demand">Automatic Disconnect</i18n:msg>
206 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_demand_desc">Time (in seconds) after which an unused connection will be closed</i18n:msg>
207 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_keepalive">Keep-Alive</i18n:msg>
208 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_keepalive_desc">Number of failed connection tests to initiate automatic reconnect</i18n:msg>
209 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_device">Modem device</i18n:msg>
210 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_device_desc">The device node of your modem, e.g. /dev/ttyUSB0</i18n:msg>
211 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_defaultroute">Replace default route</i18n:msg>
212 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_defaultroute_desc">Let pppd replace the current default route to use the PPP interface after successful connect</i18n:msg>
213 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_peerdns">Use peer DNS</i18n:msg>
214 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_peerdns_desc">Configure the local DNS server to use the name servers adverticed by the PPP peer</i18n:msg>
215 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_ipv6">Enable IPv6 on PPP link</i18n:msg>
216 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_connect">Connect script</i18n:msg>
217 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_connect_desc">Let pppd run this script after establishing the PPP link</i18n:msg>
218 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_disconnect">Disconnect script</i18n:msg>
219 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_disconnect_desc">Let pppd run this script before tearing down the PPP link</i18n:msg>
220 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_pppd_options">Additional pppd options</i18n:msg>
221 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_pppd_options_desc">Specify additional command line arguments for pppd here</i18n:msg>
222 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_apn">Access point (APN)</i18n:msg>
223 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_pincode">PIN code</i18n:msg>
224 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_pincode_desc">Make sure that you provide the correct pin code here or you might lock your sim card!</i18n:msg>
225 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_service">Service type</i18n:msg>
226 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_maxwait">Setup wait time</i18n:msg>
227 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_maxwait_desc">Seconds to wait for the modem to become ready before attempting to connect</i18n:msg>
228 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_r_routes1">Routes specify over which interface and gateway a certain host or network can be reached.</i18n:msg>
229 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_routes_static">Static Routes</i18n:msg>
230 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_routes_kernel4">Active <abbr title="Internet Protocol Version 4">IPv4</abbr>-Routes</i18n:msg>
231 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_r_target1">host-<abbr title="Internet Protocol Address">IP</abbr> or network</i18n:msg>
232 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_n_r_netmask1">if target is a network</i18n:msg>
233 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_inet">Internet Connection</i18n:msg>
234 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_local">Local Network</i18n:msg>
235 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_route">Route</i18n:msg>
236 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_brdige">Bridge</i18n:msg>
237 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_w_ap">Provide (Access Point)</i18n:msg>
238 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_w_adhoc">Independent (Ad-Hoc)</i18n:msg>
239 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_w_client">Join (Client)</i18n:msg>
240 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_w_wds">Distributed (<abbr title="Wireless Distribution System">WDS</abbr>)</i18n:msg>
241 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_w_clientmode">Clientmode</i18n:msg>
242 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_system_logsize">System log buffer size</i18n:msg>
243 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_system_logip">External system log server</i18n:msg>
244 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_system_conloglevel">Log output level</i18n:msg>
245 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_system_conloglevel_desc">Level of log messages on the console</i18n:msg>
246 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_i_processor">Processor</i18n:msg>
247 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_i_memory">Memory</i18n:msg>
248 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_i_systemtime">Local Time</i18n:msg>
249 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_i_uptime">Uptime</i18n:msg>
250 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_d_firstaddress">First leased address</i18n:msg>
251 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_d_numleases">Number of leased addresses</i18n:msg>
252 <i18n:msg xml:id="routingtable">Routing table</i18n:msg>
253 <i18n:msg xml:id="wlanscan">Wifi scan</i18n:msg>
254 <i18n:msg xml:id="frequency">Frequency</i18n:msg>
255 <i18n:msg xml:id="power">Power</i18n:msg>
256 <i18n:msg xml:id="noise">Noise</i18n:msg>
257 <i18n:msg xml:id="signal">Signal</i18n:msg>
258 <i18n:msg xml:id="link">Link</i18n:msg>
259 <i18n:msg xml:id="frag"><abbr title="Fragmentation">Frag.</abbr></i18n:msg>
260 <i18n:msg xml:id="rts"><abbr title="Request To Send">RTS</abbr></i18n:msg>
261 <i18n:msg xml:id="bitrate">Bitrate</i18n:msg>
262 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_keepalive">automatically reconnect</i18n:msg>
263 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_dialondemand">disconnect when idle for</i18n:msg>
264 <i18n:msg xml:id="m_n_pptp_server"><abbr title="Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol">PPTP</abbr>-Server</i18n:msg>
265 <i18n:msg xml:id="leds"><abbr title="Light Emitting Diode">LED</abbr> Configuration</i18n:msg>
266 <i18n:msg xml:id="leds_desc">Customizes the behaviour of the device <abbr title="Light Emitting Diode">LED</abbr>s if possible.</i18n:msg>
267 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_name"><abbr title="Light Emitting Diode">LED</abbr> Name</i18n:msg>
268 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_sysfs"><abbr title="Light Emitting Diode">LED</abbr> Device</i18n:msg>
269 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_default">Default state</i18n:msg>
270 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_default_desc">ticked &#61; on</i18n:msg>
271 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_trigger">Trigger</i18n:msg>
272 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_trigger_none">None</i18n:msg>
273 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_trigger_defaulton">Default On</i18n:msg>
274 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_trigger_timer">Timer</i18n:msg>
275 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_trigger_heartbeat">Heartbeat (Load Average)</i18n:msg>
276 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_trigger_netdev">Network Device</i18n:msg>
277 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_delayoff">Off-State Delay</i18n:msg>
278 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_delayoff_desc">Time (in ms) the <abbr title="Light Emitting Diode">LED</abbr> is off</i18n:msg>
279 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_delayon">On-State Delay</i18n:msg>
280 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_delayon_desc">Time (in ms) the <abbr title="Light Emitting Diode">LED</abbr> is on</i18n:msg>
281 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_dev">Device</i18n:msg>
282 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_mode">Trigger Mode</i18n:msg>
283 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_mode_link">Link On</i18n:msg>
284 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_mode_tx">Transmit</i18n:msg>
285 <i18n:msg xml:id="system_led_mode_rx">Receive</i18n:msg>
286 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_up">Active</i18n:msg>
287 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_hwaddr"><abbr title="Media Access Control">MAC</abbr>-Address</i18n:msg>
288 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_hwaddr_desc">Hardware Address</i18n:msg>
289 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_txrx">Traffic</i18n:msg>
290 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_txrx_desc">transmitted / received</i18n:msg>
291 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_err">Errors</i18n:msg>
292 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_err_desc">TX / RX</i18n:msg>
293 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_fwzone">Create / Assign firewall-zone</i18n:msg>
294 <i18n:msg xml:id="network_interface_fwzone_desc">This interface does not belong to any firewall zone yet.</i18n:msg>
295 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_head">Processes</i18n:msg>
296 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_descr">This list gives an overview over currently running system processes and their status.</i18n:msg>
297 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_pid">PID</i18n:msg>
298 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_owner">Owner</i18n:msg>
299 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_command">Command</i18n:msg>
300 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_cpu">CPU usage (%)</i18n:msg>
301 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_mem">Memory usage (%)</i18n:msg>
302 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_hup">Hang Up</i18n:msg>
303 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_term">Terminate</i18n:msg>
304 <i18n:msg xml:id="process_kill">Kill</i18n:msg>
305 <i18n:msg xml:id="mem_cached">cached</i18n:msg>
306 <i18n:msg xml:id="mem_buffered">buffered</i18n:msg>
307 <i18n:msg xml:id="mem_free">free</i18n:msg>
308 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_crontab">Scheduled Tasks</i18n:msg>
309 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_s_crontab1">This is the system crontab in which scheduled tasks can be defined.</i18n:msg>
310 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_nasid">NAS ID</i18n:msg>
311 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_cacert">Path to CA-Certificate</i18n:msg>
312 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_eaptype">EAP-Method</i18n:msg>
313 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_tlsprivkey">Path to Private Key</i18n:msg>
314 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_tlsprivkeypwd">Password of Private Key</i18n:msg>
315 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_peapauth">PEAP-Authentication</i18n:msg>
316 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_peapidentity">PEAP-Identity</i18n:msg>
317 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_peappassword">PEAP-Password</i18n:msg>
318 <i18n:msg xml:id="a_w_create">Create Network</i18n:msg>
319 <i18n:msg xml:id="hostnames">Hostnames</i18n:msg>
320 <i18n:msg xml:id="hostnames_entries">Host entries</i18n:msg>
321 <i18n:msg xml:id="hostnames_hostname">Hostname</i18n:msg>
322 <i18n:msg xml:id="hostnames_address">IP address</i18n:msg>
323
324 </i18n:msgs>