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english.cfg file AA="The first line is the web admin "
AB="Firewall rules are disabled for these files "
AC="Freesco web server "
AD="Welcome to "
AE="public web page "
AF="There is a nice: "
AG="Manual Page "
AH="Home page "
AI="Support forum "
AJ="Stopping "
AK="server is running "
AL="server is not running "
AM="Done "
AN="port "
AO="Invalid key "
AP="Loading extra ramdisk "
AQ="No file "
AR="Error: Multiple time zones. Using "
AS="Enabling "
AT="swap partition "
AU="Disabling$CCswap space "
AV="Copying "
AW="to the ram drive "
AX="Please login as the $CG'root'$CYuser to setup your router "
AY="Enjoy your shell "
AZ="Any key to reboot "
BA="open "
BB="secure "
BD="Control Panel "
BE="CONTROL PANEL "
BF="LOGIN "
BG="Installing patches: "
BH="The current configuration was created in "
BI=""The current default language is set as "
BJ="Donate "

aA(){ cat <<-~
# Direct all cron output to /dev/null
#
# If you have a dynamic dns account and you have a semi permanent IP.
# For remote IP change the below "1" to a "*".
#
0 1 * * * dyndns >/dev/null 2>&1
#
# To remove saved logs that are more than 7 days old.
#
0 0 * * * rmlogs 7 >/dev/null 2>&1
#
# To keep an accurate accounting for dialup ISP connection times, if 203 enabled
#
59 23 * * * control down >/dev/null 2>&1
#
# To keep an accurate accounting for RAS connection times, if 204 enabled
#
59 23 * * * rc_ras restart >/dev/null 2>&1
#
# Keep the time stamp on this file current every minute, so that you can see
# cron is running.
* * * * * touch /var/.crond_running >/dev/null 2>&1
~
}

aB(){ cat <<-~
#
# This file lists optional static DHCP leases.
# All lines beginning with a "#" are comments and ignored.
#
# Sample:
#
#
host win98 {
#
fixed-address 192.168.0.10;
#
hardware ethernet 00:80:af:82:8a:7c;
#
}
#
# Global parameters can be added by starting a line with 'GLOBAL' Folowed by
# the parameter you want.
# GLOBAL extra global DHCP option;

aC(){ cat <<-~
# Put all static IP's on your network here.
# Multiple names and domains can be entered for each IP using TAB's as
# separators.

#
192.168.1.10 my-computer my-computer.inet fred fred.inet
~
}


aD(){ cat <<-~
# NOTE: If you have a semi permanent IP or if you enable the Remote IP then
# enable crond and run "crontab". There is a line that you can uncomment.
#
# Supported clients are
noip, zoneedit, dhs, domain_dns, sitelutions, loopia,
# freedns, and [dyndns, custom, statdns]

#
# "unsupported" means none of the above.
# With "unsupported" you must provide the update command manually at the bottom
# of this file.
#
# Multiple clients can be updated at the same time by separating
# client names with a comma between each name in the
CLIENT variable.
# Example:
#
CLIENT="dyndns" # Supports the dyndns client
#
CLIENT="dyndns,zoneedit,noip" # Supports all three clients
#
CLIENT=""

# Your Dynamic DNS URL(s), multiple entries separated by a comma
dyndnsDNCNT=""
noipDNCNT=""
freednsAPIKEY=""
zoneeditDNCNT=""
dhsDNCNT=""
domain_dnsDNCNT=""
loopiaDNCNT=""
sitelutionsDNCNT=""
unsupportedDNCNT=""


# SLID number(s) from
sitelutions.
sitelutionsSLID=""

# Account login name
dyndnsNAME=""
noipNAME=""
zoneeditNAME=""
loopiaNAME=""
dhsNAME=""
domain_dnsKEY=""
sitelutionsEMAIL=""


# Account password
dyndnsPASS=""
noipPASS=""
zoneeditPASS=""
loopiaPASS=""
dhsPASS=""
sitelutionsPASS=""


# This is for use with the "unsupported" client option. You must provide the
# complete command for an update. Use \
$EXIP to get the current external IP.
# This is ONLY an example of what a command might be.

UNSUPPORTED="http://some-dyndns-server.com/hosts\?hostscmd=edit&type=4&domain=
\$unsupportedDNCNT&hostname=\$unsupportedNAME&updatetype=Online&ip=\$EXIP"


# Settings below are optional.

#[on/off]
dyndnsWILDCARD=on
dyndnsMX=off
dyndnsBACKUPMX=off


# If your router is not directly connected to the Internet. Then you can
# enable the RMTP "Remote IP" below to get your true external IP address.
RMTP=n #[y/n]

# URL of external IP lookup, do NOT change in most circumstances.
MYIP=myip.dtdns.com
#
MYIP=ip1.dynupdate.no-ip.com
~
}


aE(){ cat <<-~
## System port forwarding configuration

# Examples:
# NOTE: replace this (1.2.3.4) IP address with the IP of your internal client PC.
## NOTE: Ports above 48711 are not allowed.

# These are for most directx games
# tcp,47624,47624,1.2.3.4
# tcp,7170,7170,1.2.3.4
# tcp,2092,2092,1.2.3.4
# tcp,2300,-2400,1.2.3.4
# udp,2300,-2400,1.2.3.4


# These ports are for a netmeeting (not required for most functions)
# tcp,1731,1731,1.2.3.4
# tcp,1720,1720,1.2.3.4
# tcp,1503,1503,1.2.3.4
# tcp,522,522,1.2.3.4
# tcp,389,389,1.2.3.4

~
}

aF(){ cat <<-~
# Banned/allowed hosts/nets one record per line.
#
# Ban local IP =
bl or blp to include a port
# Allow local IP =
al or alp to include a port
# Allow local IP access to external IP =
ala
# Allow local IP cross communication to internal IP = alc
# Ban external IP = be or bep to include a port
# Ban Service Port =
bsp Can be used for Port Forwarding control or external
# Allow Service Port =
asp Can be used for Port Forwarding control or external
# Allow external IP =
ae or aep to include a port
# Redirect port local =
rpl
# All port options are followed immediately by a comma, the port number, a comma
# and then the IP address or address/subnet along with any other options.
#
# You can exchange a MAC address for an IP address in any local rule, but NOT
# for any external rule.
# The format is:
#
al,00:11:22:33:44:AA
#
# You optionally can add ",start,stop" time.
# The time format is 0000 to 2359.
# If the time option is omitted the rule is always applied.
# In addition to the ,start,stop time you can add the day of the week
# and the format is 0 to 6 where 0 is Sunday.
#
#
#
bl,192.168.1.0/24
# Ban entire local subnet on all ports.
#
#
blp,80,192.168.1.12
# Ban local 192.168.1.12 at all times on port 80.
#
#
bsp,22,0/0
# Ban Service Port 22 to everyone externally
#
#
asp,22,192.168.1.10
# Allow Service Port 22 to 292.68.1.110 externally
#
#
bl,192.168.1.12,2100,900
# Ban local 192.168.1.12 from 9:00 PM to 9:00 AM on all ports.
#
#
al,192.168.1.50,900,2100
# Allow local 192.168.1.50 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM.
#
#
ala,192.168.1.50,77.243.231.175,900,2100
# Allow local 192.168.1.50 access to 77.243.231.175 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM.
#
#
alc,192.168.1.50,192.168.2.0/255.255.255.0
# Allow local 192.168.1.50 cross communication to 192.168.2.0 subnet
#
#
alp,80,192.168.1.50,900,2100
# Allow local 192.168.1.50 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM on port 80.
#
#
al,192.168.1.50,900,2100,6
# Allow local 192.168.1.50 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM on Saturday.
#
#
rpl,80,8080,192.168.1.50
# Redirect port 80 to local port 8080 at all times.
#
#
be,123.124.125.0/255.255.255.0
# Ban external 123.124.125.0 to 123.124.125.255 at all times.

~
}

aG(){ cat <<~
The GNU GPL license is located in the freesco-`$E $VERSION| sed 's/\.//g'`.zip file. By using
this product you are agreeing to the terms listed in that license and
all other specific licenses for applications used in FREESCO v
$VERSION

For more information about FREESCO, go to http://www.freesco.org/
http://www.freesco.net/
http://www.freesco.info/

~
}


aH(){ cat <<~
This is the first time Freesco has been started or configured.
Login name is root and the default root password is root.

For online support, go to http://www.freesco.info/support-forum/

Regards,
Lewis Baughman
~
}
aI(){ cat <<~
# Enter one internal IP address per line to monitor that IP for network traffic
# and bandwidth usage in the /var/netmon.log and on screen 6.

~
}
aJ(){ cat <<~
# When running the DNS server in exclusive mode you can allow specific
# outside DNS server access. This is required for some hardware devices with
# hardwired DNS addresses. Put the IP addresses you want to allow DNS access
# to here, one IP address per line.
# Example:
# 8.8.8.8

~
}

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