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11 msgid "Advanced Settings"
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14 msgid "Available"
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17 msgid ""
18 "Avoid using anything but alpha-numeric characters, space, comma, and period."
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21 msgid "Away"
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24 msgid "Blacklisted Numbers"
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27 msgid "Call Routing"
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30 msgid "Call-through Numbers"
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33 msgid "Copy-paste large lists of numbers here."
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36 msgid ""
37 "Designate numbers that are allowed to call through this system and which "
38 "user's privileges it will have."
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40
41 msgid "Dials numbers unmatched elsewhere"
42 msgstr ""
43
44 msgid "Do Not Disturb"
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47 msgid "Domain/IP Address/Dynamic Domain"
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50 msgid "Dynamic List of Blacklisted Numbers"
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53 msgid "Email"
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56 msgid "Enable Incoming Calls (Register via SIP)"
57 msgstr ""
58
59 msgid "Enable Incoming Calls (set Status below)"
60 msgstr ""
61
62 msgid "Enable Outgoing Calls"
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65 msgid "Enabled"
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68 msgid ""
69 "Enter phone numbers that you want to decline calls from automatically. You "
70 "should probably omit the country code and any leading zeroes, but please "
71 "experiment to make sure you are blocking numbers from your desired area "
72 "successfully."
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75 msgid ""
76 "Enter this IP (or IP:port) in the Server/Registrar setting of SIP devices "
77 "you will use ONLY locally and never from a remote location."
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80 msgid ""
81 "Enter this hostname (or hostname:port) in the Server/Registrar setting of "
82 "SIP devices you will use from a remote location (they will work locally too)."
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85 msgid "External SIP Port"
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88 msgid ""
89 "For each provider enabled for incoming calls, here you can restrict which "
90 "users to ring on incoming calls. If the list is empty, the system will "
91 "indicate that all users enabled for incoming calls will ring. Invalid "
92 "usernames will be rejected silently. Also, entering a username here "
93 "overrides the user's setting to not receive incoming calls. This way, you "
94 "can make certain users ring only for specific providers. Entries can be made "
95 "in a space-separated list, and/or one per line by hitting enter after every "
96 "one."
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99 msgid ""
100 "For each user enabled for outgoing calls you can restrict what providers the "
101 "user can use for outgoing calls. By default all users can use all providers. "
102 "To show up in the list below the user should be allowed to make outgoing "
103 "calls in the \"User Accounts\" page. Enter VoIP providers in the format "
104 "username@some.host.name, as listed in \"Outgoing Calls\" above. It's easiest "
105 "to copy and paste the providers from above. Invalid entries, including "
106 "providers not enabled for outgoing calls, will be rejected silently. Entries "
107 "can be made in a space-separated list, and/or one per line by hitting enter "
108 "after every one."
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111 msgid "Full Name"
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113
114 msgid "General Settings"
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116
117 msgid "Google Accounts"
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119
120 msgid "Google Talk Status"
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123 msgid "Google Talk Status Message"
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126 msgid "Google Voice/Talk Accounts"
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129 msgid ""
130 "Here you must configure at least one SIP account, that you will use to "
131 "register with this service. Use this account either in an Analog Telephony "
132 "Adapter (ATA), or in a SIP software like CSipSimple, Linphone, or Sipdroid "
133 "on your smartphone, or Ekiga, Linphone, or X-Lite on your computer. By "
134 "default, all SIP accounts will ring simultaneously if a call is made to one "
135 "of your VoIP provider accounts or GV numbers."
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138 msgid ""
139 "If setting Server/Registrar to %s or %s does not work for you, try setting "
140 "it to %s or %s and entering this port number in a separate field that "
141 "specifies the Server/Registrar port number. Beware that some devices have a "
142 "confusing setting that sets the port where SIP requests originate from on "
143 "the SIP device itself (the bind port). The port specified on this page is "
144 "NOT this bind port but the port this service listens on."
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147 msgid ""
148 "If you experience jittery or high latency audio during heavy downloads, you "
149 "may want to enable QoS. QoS prioritizes traffic to and from your network for "
150 "specified ports and IP addresses, resulting in better latency and throughput "
151 "for sound in our case. If enabled below, a QoS rule for this service will be "
152 "configured by the PBX automatically, but you must visit the QoS "
153 "configuration page (Network->QoS) to configure other critical QoS settings "
154 "like Download and Upload speed."
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157 msgid ""
158 "If you have more than one account that can make outgoing calls, you should "
159 "enter a list of phone numbers and/or prefixes in the following fields for "
160 "each provider listed. Invalid prefixes are removed silently, and only 0-9, "
161 "X, Z, N, #, *, and + are valid characters. The letter X matches 0-9, Z "
162 "matches 1-9, and N matches 2-9. For example to make calls to Germany through "
163 "a provider, you can enter 49. To make calls to North America, you can enter "
164 "1NXXNXXXXXX. If one of your providers can make \"local\" calls to an area "
165 "code like New York's 646, you can enter 646NXXXXXX for that provider. You "
166 "should leave one account with an empty list to make calls with it by "
167 "default, if no other provider's prefixes match. The system will "
168 "automatically replace an empty list with a message that the provider dials "
169 "all numbers not matched by another provider's prefixes. Be as specific as "
170 "possible (i.e. 1NXXNXXXXXX is better than 1). Please note all international "
171 "dial codes are discarded (e.g. 00, 011, 010, 0011). Entries can be made in a "
172 "space-separated list, and/or one per line by hitting enter after every one."
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175 msgid "Incoming Calls"
176 msgstr ""
177
178 msgid "Insert QoS Rules"
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181 msgid "Makes Outgoing Calls"
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184 msgid "NOTE: There are no Google or SIP provider accounts configured."
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187 msgid ""
188 "NOTE: There are no Google or SIP provider accounts enabled for incoming "
189 "calls."
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192 msgid ""
193 "NOTE: There are no Google or SIP provider accounts enabled for outgoing "
194 "calls."
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197 msgid "NOTE: There are no local user accounts configured."
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200 msgid "NOTE: There are no local user accounts enabled for outgoing calls."
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203 msgid "No"
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206 msgid "Number of Seconds to Ring"
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209 msgid "Outbound Proxy"
210 msgstr ""
211
212 msgid "Outgoing Calls"
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214
215 msgid "PBX Main Page"
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218 msgid "PBX Service Status"
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221 msgid "PIN"
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224 msgid "Password"
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227 msgid ""
228 "Pick a random port number between 6500 and 9500 for the service to listen "
229 "on. Do not pick the standard 5060, because it is often subject to brute-"
230 "force attacks. When finished, (1) click \"Save and Apply\", and (2) click "
231 "the \"Restart VoIP Service\" button above. Finally, (3) look in the \"SIP "
232 "Device/Softphone Accounts\" section for updated Server and Port settings for "
233 "your SIP Devices/Softphones."
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236 msgid "Port Setting for SIP Devices"
237 msgstr ""
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239 msgid "Providers Used for Outgoing Calls"
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241
242 msgid "QoS Settings"
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244
245 msgid "RTP Port Range End"
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248 msgid "RTP Port Range Start"
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251 msgid ""
252 "RTP traffic carries actual voice packets. This is the start of the port "
253 "range that will be used for setting up RTP communication. It's usually OK to "
254 "leave this at the default value."
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257 msgid "Receives Incoming Calls"
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260 msgid "Remote Usage"
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263 msgid "Rings users enabled for incoming calls"
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265
266 msgid "SIP Accounts"
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268
269 msgid "SIP Device/Softphone Accounts"
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271
272 msgid "SIP Provider Accounts"
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274
275 msgid "SIP Realm (needed by some providers)"
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278 msgid "SIP Server/Registrar"
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281 msgid "SIP Server/Registrar Port"
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283
284 msgid "Server Setting"
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287 msgid "Server Setting for Local SIP Devices"
288 msgstr ""
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290 msgid "Server Setting for Remote SIP Devices"
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293 msgid "Service Status"
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296 msgid ""
297 "Set the number of seconds to ring users upon incoming calls before hanging "
298 "up or going to voicemail, if the voicemail is installed and enabled."
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301 msgid "Space-Separated List of Blacklisted Numbers"
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304 msgid "Specify numbers individually here. Press enter to add more numbers."
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307 msgid ""
308 "The number(s) specified above will be able to dial out with this user's "
309 "providers. Invalid usernames, including users not enabled for outgoing "
310 "calls, are dropped silently. Please verify that the entry was accepted."
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313 msgid ""
314 "This configuration page allows you to configure a phone system (PBX) service "
315 "which permits making phone calls through multiple Google and SIP (like "
316 "Sipgate, SipSorcery, and Betamax) accounts and sharing them among many SIP "
317 "devices. Note that Google accounts, SIP accounts, and local user accounts "
318 "are configured in the \"Google Accounts\", \"SIP Accounts\", and \"User "
319 "Accounts\" sub-sections. You must add at least one User Account to this PBX, "
320 "and then configure a SIP device or softphone to use the account, in order to "
321 "make and receive calls with your Google/SIP accounts. Configuring multiple "
322 "users will allow you to make free calls between all users, and share the "
323 "configured Google and SIP accounts. If you have more than one Google and SIP "
324 "accounts set up, you should probably configure how calls to and from them "
325 "are routed in the \"Call Routing\" page. If you're interested in using your "
326 "own PBX from anywhere in the world, then visit the \"Remote Usage\" section "
327 "in the \"Advanced Settings\" page."
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330 msgid ""
331 "This is the name that the VoIP server will use to identify itself when "
332 "registering to VoIP (SIP) providers. Some providers require this to a "
333 "specific string matching a hardware SIP device."
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336 msgid ""
337 "This is where you indicate which Google/SIP accounts are used to call what "
338 "country/area codes, which users can use what SIP/Google accounts, how "
339 "incoming calls are routed, what numbers can get into this PBX with a "
340 "password, and what numbers are blacklisted."
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343 msgid ""
344 "This is where you set up your Google (Talk and Voice) Accounts, in order to "
345 "start using them for dialing and receiving calls (voice chat and real phone "
346 "calls). Please make at least one voice call using the Google Talk plugin "
347 "installable through the GMail interface, and then log out from your account "
348 "everywhere. Click \"Add\" to add as many accounts as you wish."
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351 msgid ""
352 "This is where you set up your SIP (VoIP) accounts ts like Sipgate, "
353 "SipSorcery, the popular Betamax providers, and any other providers with SIP "
354 "settings in order to start using them for dialing and receiving calls (SIP "
355 "uri and real phone calls). Click \"Add\" to add as many accounts as you wish."
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358 msgid ""
359 "This option should be set to \"Yes\" if you have a DID (real telephone "
360 "number) associated with this SIP account or want to receive SIP uri calls "
361 "through this provider."
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364 msgid ""
365 "This section contains settings that do not need to be changed under normal "
366 "circumstances. In addition, here you can configure your system for use with "
367 "remote SIP devices, and resolve call quality issues by enabling the "
368 "insertion of QoS rules."
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370
371 msgid ""
372 "Use (four to five digit) numeric user name if you are connecting normal "
373 "telephones with ATAs to this system (so they can dial user names)."
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375
376 msgid ""
377 "Use this account to make outgoing calls as configured in the \"Call Routing"
378 "\" section."
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381 msgid "Use this account to make outgoing calls."
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384 msgid "User Accounts"
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387 msgid "User Agent String"
388 msgstr ""
389
390 msgid "User Name"
391 msgstr ""
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393 msgid "Uses providers enabled for outgoing calls"
394 msgstr ""
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396 msgid ""
397 "When somebody starts voice chat with your GTalk account or calls the GVoice, "
398 "number (if you have Google Voice), the call will be forwarded to any users "
399 "that are online (registered using a SIP device or softphone) and permitted "
400 "to receive the call. If you have Google Voice, you must go to your GVoice "
401 "settings and forward calls to Google chat in order to actually receive calls "
402 "made to your GVoice number. If you have trouble receiving calls from GVoice, "
403 "experiment with the Call Screening option in your GVoice Settings. Finally, "
404 "make sure no other client is online with this account (browser in gmail, "
405 "mobile/desktop Google Talk App) as it may interfere."
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408 msgid ""
409 "When your password is saved, it disappears from this field and is not "
410 "displayed for your protection. The previously saved password will be changed "
411 "only when you enter a value different from the saved one."
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414 msgid "Yes"
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417 msgid ""
418 "You can enter your domain name, external IP address, or dynamic domain name "
419 "here Please keep in mind that if your IP address is dynamic and it changes "
420 "your configuration will become invalid. Hence, it's recommended to set up "
421 "Dynamic DNS in this case."
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423
424 msgid "You can specify a real name to show up in the Caller ID here."
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427 msgid ""
428 "You can use your SIP devices/softphones with this system from a remote "
429 "location as well, as long as your Internet Service Provider gives you a "
430 "public IP. You will be able to call other local users for free (e.g. other "
431 "Analog Telephone Adapters (ATAs)) and use your VoIP providers to make calls "
432 "as if you were local to the PBX. After configuring this tab, go back to "
433 "where users are configured and see the new Server and Port setting you need "
434 "to configure the remote SIP devices with. Please note that if this PBX is "
435 "not running on your router/gateway, you will need to configure port "
436 "forwarding (NAT) on your router/gateway. Please forward the ports below (SIP "
437 "port and RTP range) to the IP address of the device running this PBX."
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440 msgid ""
441 "Your PIN disappears when saved for your protection. It will be changed only "
442 "when you enter a value different from the saved one. Leaving the PIN empty "
443 "is possible, but please beware of the security implications."
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446 msgid ""
447 "Your password disappears when saved for your protection. It will be changed "
448 "only when you enter a value different from the saved one."
449 msgstr ""