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