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A1="Setup aborted. "
A2="Any key to continue "
A3="Enable NAT/firewall "
A4="Stealth or Reject ports "
A5="Enable PING responses "
A6="Load "
A7="module "
A8="Enable read disk only once "
A9="Not enough memory "
A0="Enable bridging "
B0="Enable command line history "
B1="Install a RAM drive "
B2="Manually control the ramdisk size "
B3="Ramdisk size in MB "
B4="Choose your screen saver "
B5="The screen saver "
B6="does not exist. "
B7="12 or 24 format "
B8="Do you want to activate and preview the screen saver "
B9="Can NOT activate while keyboard LED applications are enabled. "
C0="Choose 'ra' for random color changes "
C1="Text color "
C2="Number of penguin moves between logo change (60 recommended) "
C3="Initializing "
C4="Extra command line options your third party saver needs "
C5="none. "
C6="Blank screen after N min (0 - never) "
C7="Stop hdd after N min (0 - never) "
C8="Screen saver start after N min (0 - never) "
C9="control/time "
D0="Monitor the "
D1="server "
D2="Server test time interval in minutes "
D3="Swap file size in MB or native swap device (0 = disable) "
D4="System log size (bytes) "
D5="Logins log size (bytes) "
D6="Info log size (bytes) "
D7="Save the system logs "
D8="Enable tunes "
D9="System sound start time "
E0="System sound stop time "
E1="Firewall hit "
E2="Client DHCP lease update "
E3="ISP DHCP lease failure "
E4="Shell,FTP,SSH log in/out "
E5="New external IP "
E6="External PPP down "
E7="Safe to turn off power "
E8="Problem booting "
E9="Enable "
F0="notification "
F1="Enable DHCP server logging "
F2="Enable DHCP client logging "
F3="Enable HTTP/Control logging "
F4="Enable dial-out chat script logging "
F5="Enable dialup connection logging "
F6="Enable DNS logging "
F7="Logging level for netmeeting module "
F8="Enable pppd logging "
F9="Enable firewall logging "
G0="Enable diald logging "
G1="Enable ISA PnP "
G2="Trust local network "
G3="Trust modem links "
G4="Parameter to change (x - exit) "
G5="Rings before answer at LOGIN time "
G6="Rings before answer at NOLOGIN time "
G7="Enable packet rewriting "
G8="Set Maximum Transmit Units to "
G9="Time range "
H0="($Nto clear) "
H1="Edit the access control file "
H2="access control file "
H3="Change user password or time (x - exit) "
H4="Change password for user (x - exit) "
H5="Try again "
H6="Password Changed. "
H7="Enable caching DNS server "
H8="Number of URL's to cache "
H9="Enable DNS requests logging "
I0="Edit your DNS file "
I1="DNS configuration "
I2="Enable DHCP server "
I3="WINS server, $N disable (IP-address/local/$N) "
I4="Default-lease-time (sec) "
I5="Maximum-lease-time (sec) "
I6="Create/edit static DHCP leases "
I7="leases "
I8="Clear all dynamic DHCP leases "
I9="Enable users' personal web pages "
J0="Limit web page bandwidth "
J1="Bandwidth usage in bps. "
J2="Enable public HTTP server "
J3="Public HTTP server IP port "
J4="Create a permanent /www web directory "
J5="Enable time server and web admin via HTTP "
J6="Control HTTP server IP port "
J7="Time server address ($N disable syncing time) "
J8="Using the "
J9="time zone. "
K0="Time offset from UTC "
K1="Enable Print Server "
K2="Print server port number "
K3="Printer "
K4="device port "
K5="Feed queue "
K6="name "
K7="Raw queue "
K8="Print out a test page on "
K9="Does "
L0="need authentication to send email "
L1="Your login name for "
L2="Your password for "
L3="Authentication mode "
L4="Only "
L5="are supported.\n Try again. "
L6="The above Questions are all required fields.\n Try again. "
L7="Enable the mail client "
L8="E-mail all log files "
L9="E-mail the external IP "
M0="E-mail address to send to "
M1="E-mail Server to send mail through "
M2="# Configuration for the SMTP client. "
M3="Enable SSH/SFTP server "
M4="SSH IP:port "
M5="Extra command options "
M6="Enable FTP server "
M7="FTP port "
M8="Maximum Allowed FTP connections "
M9="Maximum FTP connections from a single IP "
N0="Allow anonymous FTP connections "
N1="Allow root FTP access "
N2="FTP bandwidth, $N disable (Kb or KbUP:KbDOWN) "
N3="Enable the Remote Access Server "
N4="Silent modem negotiation "
N5="Add a dial-in user now "
N6="Enable Cron daemon "
N7="Configure Crond now "
N8="Worldwide services or ports "
N9="port forward list "
O0="Enable keyboard monitor "
O1="Enable network monitor "
O2="Enable top system monitor "
O3="Enable connection monitor "
O4="Enable Remote Access Server connection monitor "
O5="Enable Link monitor "
O6="Enable the Dynamic DNS client "
O7="Setup your Dynamic DNS client now "
O8="dyndns config "
O9="Enable local dyndns URL lookup "
P0="Enable the ident server "
P1="Configure oidentd internal client information "
P2="oidentd.users "
P3="Add-on name to disable (x = exit) "
P4="is already installed "
P5="Download "
P6="No patches available. "
P7="Install the official ext2 package "
P8="Command me (x - exit) "
P9="Directory PATH to package(s) "
Q0="Clear network "
Q1="Use DHCP client to configure network "
Q2="Update DNS server settings by DHCP "
Q3="Force new MAC address ($N$R use default) "
Q4="IP range for DHCP server ($N disable) "
Q5="!ERROR! bad entry "
Q6="How many DHCP leases do you want ($N disable) "
Q7="IP address of your modem "
Q8="MODEMS SETTINGS "
Q9="Modem "
R0="Gateway "
R1="Choose network 0-9 or its parameter to change (x - exit) "
R2="Network "
R3="connected via interface ($N disable network) "
R4="IP address of interface "
R5="Network mask "
R6="Network address "
R7="Broadcast address "
R8="Auto configure network "
R9="settings "
S0="AVAILABLE PACKAGES in "
S1="Package name to install "
S2="Bad file name "
S3="No such directory "
S4="Package name to uninstall "
S5="LIST OF PACKAGE DOCUMENTATIONS "
S6="See documentation on "
S7="No documentation available. "
S8="LIST OF AVAILABLE PACKAGES TO SETUP "
S9="Package name to setup "
T0="List of packages to Enable or Disable "
T1="Enabled packages "
T2="Disabled packages "
T3="Enable-${R}Disable$D package (x - exit) "
T4="Enable ${D}what file name "
T5="has been started "
T6="${R}disable$D what file name "
T7="has been stopped and disabled "
T8="Manually disable a control panel add-on "
T9="List of control panel add-ons to Enable or Disable "
U0="Enabled add-ons "
U1="Control panel add-on "
U2="has been disabled. "
U3="List of files to Enable or Disable firewall "
U4="No firewall rules or manually disabled "
U5="Disabled firewall rules "
U6="${G}Enable-${R}Disable$D firewall for package (x - exit) "
U7="${G} Enable$D firewall for what package "
U8="Firewall rules for "
U9="have been enabled. "
V0="${R}Disable$D firewall for what package "
V2="have been disabled. "
V3="WARNING: "
V4="now has world wide access. "
V5="List of control panel add-ons to Enable or Disable "
V6="Enabled add-ons "
V7="Disabled add-ons "
V8="$G Enable-${R}Disable$D add-on (x - exit) "
V9="$G Enable$D what add-on name "
W0="I/O address (${D} 0xHEXADDR$Y or $N to disable) "
W1="IRQ line (${D}decimal number$R or $N$R to default) "
W2="If you have 4 ports AST Unix board you have to pass at least "
W3="fourport$Doption (or$M^fourport$D for 8 ports board). "
W4="Extra options to pass to setserial$H0 "
W5="UART type (none/8250/16450/16550/16550A) "
W6="Mask register options ($N disable mask register) "
W7="NETWORK CARD SETTINGS "
W8="Enter the NIC # to change it's settings. "
W9="Ethernet hardware settings (x - exit) "
X0="I/O address (${D}0xHEXADDR$Y or$D 0$Y for PCI card or $N to disable)
"
X1="IRQ line,$D decimal number$Y, $D 0$Y for PCI card or $H0 "
X2="Hostname of this computer "
X3="Domain name "
X4="Correct the above domain "
X5="Use PPP over Ethernet connection to ISP "
X6="PPP over ethernet protocol "
X7="Extra PPPoE options. $H0 "
X8="Enable PPP monitoring "
X9="Alternate IP for pppmon to ping ($N use defaults) "
Y0="Enable a route to the modem "
Y1="Use PPP ethernet "
Y2="Use DHCP client "
Y3="Set DNS via DHCP "
Y4="MAC "
Y5="ClampMSS "
Y6="and$G route "
Y7="Modem IP "
Y8="Auto Configure Network "
Y9="Clear Network "
Z0="Settings "
Z1="NETWORK SETTINGS "
Z3="Interface "
Z4="IP address "
Z5="Interface Name "
Z6="IP address "
Z7="Network mask "
Z8="Network address "
Z9="Broadcast address "
AA="Port "
AB="Auto configure modems "
AC="Port speed "
AE="Dial-in IP address "
AF="Enable null modem "
AG="Connect sequence "
AH="Common settings "
AI="Choose modem 0-9 or parameter to change (x - exit) "
AJ="specific settings "
AK="connected to port (cua0-cua11, $N disable) "
AL="Use port speed for modem "
AM="initialization string "
AO="Remote IP address for dial-in link on modem "
AP="NOTE: This feature enables a null modem cable connection on this interface.
"
AQ="Null modem connection on "
AR="Your null connect script "
AS="Maximum Transmit Unit for modem "
AT="Maximum Receive Unit for modem "
AU="($N$Rfor default) "
AV="Autodetect modems now "
AW="Looking for modems on: "
AX="no modem found "
AZ="Max speed "
BA="no serial port or not configured "
BB="Host gateway (if exists, otherwise $N$G) "
BC="Use peer DNS "
BD="Primary DNS address (your provider's DNS) "
BE="DNS address (otherwise $N) "
BF="ISP http proxy address (otherwise$N) "
BG="ISP/connection name (1-8 chars) "
BH="ISP phone numbers "
BI="Keep up the link for sec (${C}0$Y - don't care,$C 1$Y - forever) "
BJ="Type of connection "
BK="Dynamic IP address order "
BL="Does your ISP give you a dynamic IP address "
BM="Do you have a 3G/UMTS ISP connection "
BN="Your side ppp IP address "
BO="Remote side ppp IP address "
BP="Custom initialization string ($N disable) "
BQ="Authentication method "
BR="expect ($C'$Yclear) "
BS="send ($C'$Y clear) "
BT="PAP/CHAP ISP login name ($C'$Y clear) "
BU="PAP/CHAP ISP password ($C'$Y clear) "
BV="Select ISP or an action on selected ISP (x - exit) "
BW="ISP to select "
BX="Are you sure you want to delete ISP "
BY="Delay between dialing attempts in seconds "
BZ="Maximum number of initial attempts "
DA="Maximum number of restoring attempts "
DB="Increase redial timeout after how many seconds "
DC="Maximum number of consecutive failed attempts "
DD="First packet timeout in seconds "
DE="ISP "
DF="already exists, please choose another name. "
DH="SETTINGS FOR DIALUP LINE ROUTER "
DI="Phone numbers "
DJ="Keep link up time "
DK="Use peer DNS "
DL="Primary DNS "
DM="HTTP proxy address "
DN="Connection type "
DO="IP address order "
DP="IP address type "
DQ="n/a "
DR="Local side IP address "
DS="Remote side IP address "
DT="Expect "
DU="Chat Sequence "
DV="Send "
DW="Chat sequence help. "
DX="Username for "
DY="Password for "
DZ="Save above settings and exit "
EB="Modem #0 connected to port (cua0-cua11, $N disable) "
EC="ISP SETTINGS FOR ETHERNET ROUTER "
ED="Gateway "
EG="HTTP proxy "
EH="PPPoE/PPtP login name "
EI="PPPoE/PPtP password "
EJ="Static local IP "
EK="Static remote IP "
EM="Setting to change (x - exit) "
EN="PPP login name ($C'$Y clear) "
EO="PPP password ($C'$Y clear) "
EP="PPP Static local IP "
EQ="PPP Static remote IP "
ER="Quit without saving "
ES="[ISP settings for dial-up router] "
ET="Don't edit ISP name "
EU="[ISP settings for permanent connection] "
EV="[ISP settings for leased line router] "
EW="Secret Part "
EX="ISP SETTINGS FOR LEASED LINE ROUTER "
FC="PAP/CHAP login name "
FD="PAP/CHAP password "
FE="IP address type "
FF="Local side IP address "
FG="Remote side IP address "
FK="Extra ports to block "
FL="Advanced modem setup "
FM="You have not entered an ISP account. Try again "
FN="Changing password for user "
FO="administrator "
FP="Change the$C 'super user'$Y and$C 'web admin'$Y passwords "
FQ="Change the$C 'super user'$Y and$C 'web admin'$Y usernames "
FR="console/SSH "
FS="web control panel "
FT="web admin "
FV="Disable the "
FW="username and create a new "
FX="user "
FY="New username ($N abort) "
FZ="Are you sure you want "
GA="username ($N abort) "
GB="operation aborted "
GC="Configuration is complete. Save settings, restart system and test it. "
GD="SERVER SETTINGS MENU "
GE="DNS server "
GF="Cron daemon "
GG="DHCP server "
GH="HTTP server "
GI="HTTP control/time server "
GJ="Print server "
GK="SSH/SFTP server "
GL="Port Forwarding "
GM="Dynamic DNS client "
GN="Ident server "
GO="FTP server "
GP="Remote Access Server "
GQ="Email client configuration "
GR="Server monitor "
GS="Enabled "
GT="Disabled "
GU="Port "
GV="secure "
GW="open "
GX="Server settings (x - exit) "
GY="Advanced settings (x - exit) "
GZ="Read disk only once "
HA="On/Off NAT/Firewall "
HB="On/Off Bridging mode "
HC="Primary router mode "
HD="Restore default settings "
HE="System settings (x - exit) "
HF="Enable colors in the console "
HG="Edit the color scheme of the control panel "
HH="Left control panel window size in percent of the screen "
HI="Bottom control panel window size in percent of the screen "
HJ="Full PATH and editor "
HK="doesn't exist: Not changed ! "
HL="NUM lock on at boot time "
HM="Show all expert settings on this page "
HN="Restore system default settings "
HO="Router mode "
HP="Feed queue "
HQ="Raw queue "
HR="Device port "
HS="Trust net "
HU="AST 4/8 mask register "
HV="Modems "
HW="Modem 0 dial in/out "
HX="dial-in ONLY "
HY="port "
HZ="speed "
IA="INIT "
IB="IP (Dial-in only) "
IC="Null modem "
ID="Connect string "
IE="dial-in "
IF="Dial delay "
IG="Number of attempts "
IH="Restoring attempts "
II="Redial timeout "
IJ="Consecutive failed attempts "
IK="First packet timeout "
IL="System "
IM="Router name "
IN="Local domain "
IO="NAT/firewall "
IP="Stealth or Reject "
IQ="ICMP responses "
IR="Bridging mode "
IS="Command line history "
IT="Ram disk "
IU="Manual ramdisk control "
IV="Ramdisk size in MB "
IW="Blank screen,hdd. 0 = off "
IX="Screen saver,Name,options. 0 = off "
IY="Swap size. 0 = off "
IZ="System,Logins,Info log sizes "
JA="Save system logs "
JB="Beeps "
JC="start, stop "
JD="Firewall sound "
JF="DHCP client "
JG="Login sound "
JH="New IP sound "
JI="PPP down sound "
JJ="Power off "
JK="Flashing LEDs "
JL="Network monitor "
JM="Top monitor "
JN="ISP connect time "
JO="RAS connect time "
JP="Link LED "
JQ="Console colors "
JR="ISA PnP "
JS="Default dialup ISP "
JT="Run in ram "
JU="Default editor "
JV="NUM lock "
JW="HTTP/control "
JZ="Chat "
KA="Diald "
KB="Dial-up "
KC="Netmeeting "
KD="pppd "
KE="Ident "
KF="FTP "
KG="Printer "
KH="firewall "
KI="Services/servers "
KJ="DNS Server "
KK="Cache. 0 = disable "
KL="Cron daemon "
KN="WINS address "
KO="lease-time,max-lease-time "
KP="HTTP Server "
KR="User web pages "
KS="Bandwidth "
KT="Bps "
KU="Control via HTTP "
KV="left width % "
KW="bottom height % "
KX="NTP URL, empty = disable "
KY="Offset to UTC "
KZ="Print Server "
LA="SSH/SFTP server "
LB="Extra command line options "
LC="Port forwarding "
LD="Dynamic name client "
LE="Dyndns local URL "
LF="Ident server "
LG="FTP Server "
LH="FTP connections "
LI="Concurrent FTP connections "
LJ="Anonymous FTP "
LK="allow root "
LL="FTP Bandwidth "
LM="Dial-in "
LN="Silent modem "
LO="Email client "
LQ="check time "
LR="package URL "
LS="Patch URL "
LT="Package save dir "
LU="Security "
LV="Trust dial-in "
LW="Rings login,nologin time "
LX="Nologin times "
LY="Load icq "
LZ="Load raudio "
MA="Load vdolive "
MB="Load quake "
MC="Load irc "
MD="Load ftp "
ME="Load netmeeting "
MF="Stealthed ports "
MG="Hardware COM Ports "
MH="leased line router "
MI="Dynamic IP "
MJ="Fake ppp IP address "
MK="Fake remote address "
ML="ethernet/leased/printer/ras router "
MM="Gateway "
MN="Primary DNS "
MO="Second "
MP="Third "
MQ="Fourth "
MR="HTTP proxy address[:port] "
MS="Ethernet hardware "
MT="Network 0 "
MV="DNS via DHCP "
MW="Spoof MAC "
MX="Use PPP "
MY="PPP(o)E or PP(t)P "
MZ="PPP monitor "
NA="Specific IP to monitor "
NB="Default route "
NC="IP of modem "
ND="Clamp MSS "
NE="Extra PPPoE options "
NF="MTU "
NH="Interface "
NI="IP address "
NJ="Netmask "
NK="Network address "
NL="Broadcast address "
NM="DHCP server IP range "
NN="Email file (x - exit) "
NO="NO permanent changes, READ-ONLY mode. "
NP="Saved: You should restart the system so settings will take effect. "
NQ="Your choice (x - exit) "
NR="Your choice "
NS="Your configuration has changed. Do you want to save the changes "
NT="Continue in color or monochrome mode "
NU="FREESCO must be running in 'normal' mode to install the ext2 package "
NV="Enabled firewall rules "
NW="Disabled firewall rules "
NX="Default package server "
NY="Change to "
NZ="Default patch server "
OA="Default package download save directory ($N disable) "
OB="Install the Official ext2 package "
OC="EXT2 Setup/Repair-lilo/eXit (s/r/x) "
OD="LIST OF ALL INSTALLED PACKAGES "
OE="FREESCO should be connected to the Internet to perform this action. "
OF="Continue "
OG="COMMUNICATION PORT SETTINGS "
OH="AST Unix four(eight) port boards - cua4-cua7(cua4-cua11) "
OI="Base "
OJ="Shared "
OK="Options "
OL="type "
OM="Mask Register "
ON="Communication hardware settings. Enter a # or (x - exit) "
OO="I/O address (${D}0xHEXADDR$R or $N$R to default) "
OP="IRQ line (${D}decimal number$R or $N$R to default) "
OQ="Options passed to setserial$H0 "
OR="These settings are for special cards and are not intended for general use.
"
OS="ident logging "
OT="FTP logging "
OU="LPD logging "
OV="What do you want to do "
OW="AST 4/8 extra settings "
OX="Press <Enter> twice to continue "
OY="Force modem on port "
OZ="Force custom init string "
PA="Authentication method "
PB="No such file "
PC="Log/Debug "
PD="Welcome to "
PE="Setup "
PF="IP Masquerade Router/Firewall/Server "
PG="Powered by "
PH="Symmetric "
PI="Firewall no NAT "
PJ="as "
PK="masquerade timeout "
PM="Configuration language "
PN="Saving "
PO="Choose a preferred langauge "
PP="Non-listed-language "
PQ="Set preferred language to "
PR="Exit "
PS="You are using an incompatible 'language.tgz' file. "
PT="Automatic system patching "
PU="Enable automatic system patching "
PV="(14 day up time interval) "
PW="Monitor individual IP addresses "
PX="Require Authorization "
PY="Enable client logging "
PZ="Create a FREESCO 1.44MB floppy disk "
QA="Put a blank floppy in the drive and press "
QB="Choose a floppy disk drive "
QC="Writing "
QD="Choose version "
QE="Download FREESCO disk images "
QF="(x - exit) "
QG="Number of FTP login attempts before being banned. (0 = disabled) "
QH="Number of minutes before un-banning failed FTP logins "
QI="login fail count "
QJ="Block duration in minutes "
QK="After 5 failed login attempts block users. (0 = disabled) "
QL="Registered to "
QM="Edit the DNS allow file "
QN="DHCP server pool "
QO="INET/TFTP server "
QP="Enable INET/TFTP servers "
QQ="Edit the inetd.cfg file "

aA(){ cat <<~
Network Address Translation and Firewall.

y = Enable NAT firewall with internal forwarding (default)
s = Enable NAT firewall with internal symmetric NAT
f = Enable firewall only, no NAT
n = Disable NAT firewall

$R Warning:$D When disabled, all services/ports are open.
~
}

aB(){ cat <<~
Reject is recommended over stealth.
~
}

aC(){ cat <<~
In "s" mode pings will be allowed or returned when initiated from
within your LAN.

~
}

aD(){ cat <<~
Helper modules allow specific protocols to work through NAT without
any extra configuration. Only load the modules that your clients need.

~
}

aE(){ cat <<~
Your installation MUST be less than the size of the loaded ramdisk.

$R Warning:$D This feature can only be turned off by starting
Freesco
in$W "setup"$D mode.
~
}

aF(){ cat <<~
Bridge while being a router!?
$W NOTE:$D This option will set$C 241.Trust local nets option$D to$C y
$R Warning:$D Not recommended!!
~
}

aG(){ cat <<~
ile command line history and TAB completion.
~
}

aH(){ cat <<~
If you have 16MB+ of RAM. Then a 2, 4, 8, or 16MB RAM drive will be
installed (depending upon system memory).

~
}

aI(){ cat <<~
$W IMPORTANT NOTE:$D
When enabled there are$W NO$D safety checks. You can enable a
4, 8, or 16 MB ramdisk which are built into the system, or a
custom sized ramdisk
$W IF$D you have installed one from the
addons-$VER.zip$W AND$D you have followed$W ALL$D of the directions
in the README.txt located in the 'ramdisks' directory of the
add-ons zip file.

~
}

aJ(){ cat <<~
If you have a third party screen saver just type the name of
your screen saver or use one of the built in screen savers.

NOTE: The screen saver is NOT compatible with keyboard LED applications.

~
}

aK(){ cat <<~
The server monitor tests the server port for connectivity and will
restart the server if there is no response.

~
}

aL(){ cat <<~
$D
It is a good idea to enable a swap file on hard drive systems with
less than 32MB of RAM. You should enable at least an 8MB swap file
if you have less than 16MB of RAM.
NOTE: Maximum usable size is 127 MB. If you are using a Linux
native swap partition, then enter the drive partition.

EXAMPLE1=127
EXAMPLE2=/dev/hda2

NOTE: If you have 64MB+ of ram, then enabling swap will usually
just slow the system down.

~
}

aM(){ cat <<~
The system log records kernel messages and messages from other programs.
The logins log keeps console, FTP, dial in, SSH logins, and shell
commands executed via web admin.
The info logs are information only logs.
The combined maximum log size should be less than 200000 bytes.

~
}

aN(){ cat <<~
It is required that you enable a cron job to remove system logs
that are more than XX days old. Make sure and enable crond and
uncomment the appropriate line.

~
}

aO(){ cat <<~
System logs can be saved to the /home/root/var directory
with a time stamp
.

$W NOTE:$D Hard drive installs ONLY.
~
}

aP(){ cat <<~
Different musical tunes will be played through your PC speaker
at specific events.

~
}

aQ(){ cat <<~
Enable system sounds during specified hours of the day.
Format: 0000 to 2400

~
}

aR(){ cat <<~
(${W}s$O$W S${D}tandard logging
(${W}e$O$W E${D}xtended logging
(${W}n$O$W N${D}o logging
~
}

aS(){ cat <<~
Trust local NETWORK$1

$C y$D - This network needs to communicate with other local
networks.

$C n$D - This local network must NOT communicate with other local
networks.

This setting does not effect Internet access.

~
}

aT(){ cat <<~
Trust modem links.

$C y$D - Trust dial-in modems.
$C n$D - No access to local networks.
~
}

aU(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC REMOTE ACCESS LIMITATIONS

$D During these time(s) RAS logins will be disabled for ALL RAS users.
Specific user time limits can be set in the user menu.
NOTE: "
${G}0$D" Zero rings means never answer.

$M a$O Number of rings before answer during LOGIN time = $i
NOLOGIN time = $j
$C [ Nologin times ]
$M b$O Mon = $MonTM
$M c$O Tue = $TueTM
$M d$O Wed = $WedTM
$M e$O Thu = $ThuTM
$M f$O Fri = $FriTM
$M g$O Sat = $SatTM
$M h$O Sun = $SunTM
~
}

aV(){ cat <<~
Clamp MSS
Rewrite all packets for PPPoE connections so that internal
machines do NOT need to have there MTU changed to 1492,
this option is recommended for a Pentium CPU.

${R}WARNING !!${D}Do NOT enable this option if you plan on using
VPN or any protocol that uses IPSEC.

~
}

aW(){ cat <<~
Maximum Transmit Unit of the external interface, default is 1492.
~
}

aX(){ cat <<~
Enter time range in format$C hhmm-hhmm$D
You may specify several ranges separated by spaces.
Example:
$C 1000-1100 1405-1450$D
system will be closed from 10:00 till 11:00 and from 14:05 till 14:50
~
}

aY(){ cat <<~
Now edit the $1, then save it and exit by pressing:
<ALT>+<x> or <F10> and then "y"

~
}

aZ(){ cat <<~
You can restrict a local or external IP or network as well as
allow specific local IP addresses or MAC addresses even after the
subnet has been banned.

~
}

bA(){ cat <<~
$D$CC LIST OF USERS$C
~
}

bB(){ cat <<~
$M a$O edit user
$M b$O add user
$M c$O delete user
~
}

bC(){ cat <<~
$D$CC PREDEFINED USERS ALLOWED TO CONTROL DIALOUT LINK

$C [ Console/SSH users ]
$D username allowed action
---------------------------------------------
$M a$O up$D bring link up
$M b$O down$D bring link down
$M c$O force$D bring and keep link up
$M d$O unforce$D cancel force
$M e$O block$D bring and keep link down
$M f$O unblock$D cancel block

$C [ Web Control Panel users ]
$D username allowed action
---------------------------------------------
$M g$O down$D up, down
$M h$O force$D up, down, force, unforce
$M i$O block$D up, down, force, unforce, block, unblock
~
}

bD(){ cat <<~
Caching DNS server.
Recommended for most configurations in "s" or "e" mode.

~
}

bE(){ cat <<~
$W NOTE:$C e$D - (secure exclusive mode).
This forces all clients to use this server exclusively
and external DNS servers are not allowed.

~
}

bF(){ cat <<~
Enable DHCP if you want automatic configuration of clients:
IP address, subnet, domain, DNS, gateway, and WINS address.


$W NOTE 1:$D An IP address range can be set in the advanced network setup
for each subnet.

$W NOTE 2:$D You should not enable the DHCP server if your network
already has a DHCP server.


$D *******************$W SPECIAL NOTE$D ******************************
(NOT RECOMMENDED for most users)
There is a DHCP (R)emote server mode. This mode is strictly
used for making this server give out a remote gateway rather than
the internal IP address of the router.
If you are
$W NOT$D using FREESCO as your Internet gateway and you
want it to be the local DHCP server then answer "r".
$D
~
}

bG(){ cat <<~
$D *******************$W WINS NOTE$D *******************************
If you have installed and configured a WINS server on this router
such as "Samba". You can answer "
${G}local$D" to this question.
~
}

bH(){ cat <<~
Normal users with a home directory have a web page at:
$G http://$HOSTNAME.$DOMAIN/~UserName/$D
~
}

bI(){ cat <<~
Limit the maximum bandwidth serving web pages and files.
The value is defined in bps.
EXAMPLE:

${G}5000$W = 5K upload speed.
${G}1000-20000$W = 1K minimum up to 20K maximum speed.$D
~
}

bJ(){ cat <<~
If you want to run a small web server.
Files should be copied into the "/www" directory.

~
}

bK(){ cat <<~
The web admin control panel will allow you to manage and monitor
Freesco from your web browser.
This must also be enabled for the time client to work.

~
}

bL(){ cat <<~
Host Time server address. An NTP server with which Freesco will sync
its system time and later provide this accurate time to local clients.

~
}

bM(){ cat <<~
Time offset from UTC time (also known as GMT or London time).
Format:
$C +hhmm$D or$C -hhmm$D
Example: UTC time (London) is 10:00
my time (Oregon) is 2:00
offset is -0800

$W NOTE:$D Freesco does support automatic daylight saving changes if
you have added one of the 'timezone.tmz' files to the
/tmz directory.
Otherwise twice a year you have to change time offset.

~
}

bN(){ cat <<~
Configure one, or up to ten printers here. The client must
support UNIX style LPR printing (Native LPR printing from Linux,
Microsoft TCP/IP printing for Windows NT or a 3rd party client for
Win95/98).
Standard port number is
$G 515$D for Linux, NT, Win2k, and XP.
Available device ports are
$G $LPDEV$D
Feed queue is a name that prints a separator page between print jobs.
Raw queue is a name that does not print a separator page.


$W NOTE:$D A different feed and/or raw queue MUST be assigned for each
printer. Multiple queues can be assigned for the same device.

~
}

bO(){ cat <<~
Enabling this gives you the option to email log files, the
external IP address, or even a report.txt to the specified recipient.

$D
~
}

bP(){ cat <<~
Generate security keys, it is important to have keyboard input
to make a more secure key file.


$Y Press keys but DO NOT press <ENTER> unless prompted.$D
~
}

bQ(){ cat <<~
Allow remote console access to Freesco via SSH/SFTP.
~
}

bR(){ cat <<~
A port is required, but you can optionally add an IP: address
to limit the interface the server listens on.

~
}

bS(){ cat <<~
Enable FTP server.
The standard FTP port is 21.

~
}

bT(){ cat <<~
Bandwidth control is in Kb per second and can be separate
for upload:download or a single number which applies to both.
To disable FTP bandwidth, leave blank.

~
}

bU(){ cat <<~
$D

The Remote Access Server is used for dial in and requires a modem
to be configured with an internal IP address set on a local subnet.
Dialup and leased line routers need at least two modems.

~
}

bV(){ cat <<~
You are REQUIRED to have at least one "dial in" user defined.
~
}

bW(){ cat <<~
Cron is a scheduling agent capable of executing any task at a
specific min,hour,day,month.

~
}

bX(){ cat <<~
If you have any WWW/FTP/Mail/SSH/etc servers in your local
network you can make them worldwide visible. You must know
protocol (tcp/udp), IP address and port of the local server.

~
}

bY(){ cat <<~
The keyboard monitor flashes the numlock and scroll lock LEDs on
the keyboard in sync with incoming and outgoing packets on the
Internet interface.

$W NOTE:$D This feature is NOT recommended for high traffic systems.
$W NOTE:$D Do NOT enable if you plan on removing the keyboard.
~
}

bZ(){ cat <<~
Network monitor displays all network device statistics on screen 5.
~
}

cA(){ cat <<~
"top" system monitor. This monitor runs on screen 6 and shows
the resources used by the top 20 applications.

~
}

cB(){ cat <<~
The connection monitor can keep track of the total amount of time
that you are connected to each dial-up ISP on a monthly basis.

NOTE: To keep the accounting accurate you MUST disconnect just
before the end of each month or every day before midnight.
This can be done automatically by removing the # from the crond entry.

~
}

cC(){ cat <<~
The dial in connection monitor keeps track of all RAS users and
the amount of time they are logged in on a monthly basis.


NOTE: To keep accounting accurate you must stop all connections
just before the end of the month or nightly before midnight.
This can be done automatically by removing the # from the crond entry.

~
}

cD(){ cat <<~
Link monitor activates the keyboard caps lock LED on ethernet PPP
and dialup routers when the Internet connection is up.

~
}

cE(){ cat <<~
Dynamic DNS is a service that you can use to get an automatically
updated hostname on the Internet for your external IP address.
Then a hostname (something like http://I-love-Freesco.dyndns.org)
will resolve to your IP address.


Visit$C www.dyndns.org, www.zoneedit.com, www.dhs.org, www.loopia.se,
www.sitelutions.com, www.no-ip.com, freedns.afraid.org, or domain-dns.com

$D for more information or to create an account.

$W NOTE:$D Other service providers can also be supported with the new
'unsupported' configuration option.

~
}

cF(){ cat <<~
$W

NOTE:$D If you have a semi-permanent IP address and you are using a
dynamic DNS account, it must be updated at least once a month or
the account will expire. If you enable "crond" there is a line
that you can uncomment that will update your account automatically.

~
}

cG(){ cat <<~
If you want all of your internal machines to resolve the dyndns
URL to the router, then you need to enable the following option.

~
}

cH(){ cat <<~
$D This server gives out OS information.
For applications such as IRC, it is required to use y.

~
}

cI(){ cat <<~
$R WARNING:${C}y$D - Enable service worldwide (insecure)
$C s$D - Enable service locally (secure recommended)
$C n$D - Disable service
~
}

cJ(){ cat <<~
$W NOTE:$D If you have port forwarding on port ($1), you must
not use secure modes.

~
}

cK(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC ADD-ON PACKAGES MENU
$D The default package install URL is
$G $PKGDOMAIN
$D The default local save directory is
$G $PKGDR

$M a$O Install a package from URL
$M b$O Install a package from local folder
$M c$O Update package URL and data base
$M d$O Uninstall package
$M e$O List installed packages
$M f$O Installed package documentation
$M g$O Setup installed packages
$M h$O Enable -$R Disable$Y packages
$M i$O Enable -$R Disable$Y package firewall rules
$M j$O Enable -$R Disable$Y control panel add-ons
$M k$O Default package install URL
$M l$O Default patch install URL
$M m$O Default package save directory
$M n$O Enable - Disable automatic system patches
$M o$O Check/install patches from ($G$HOMEURL$Y)
~
}

cL(){ cat <<~
Host name, very useful in case of getting IP address via
DHCP client (for instance when connected to @HOME)

~
}

cM(){ cat <<~
There are VERY few reasons to change this from the default of
"${G}inet$D". This is$W$CBN NOT$D a fully qualified domain name and
it is used primarily by the DNS server to recognize local URLs.
So do not use com, org, net, or anything that exists on the Internet.

~
}

cN(){ cat <<~
Please read what I consider important enough to take up space as
comments.

~
}

cO(){ cat <<~
PPP over Ethernet, for PPPoE and PPtP connections.
~
}

cP(){ cat <<~
You have chosen PPP over ethernet. Now you must choose what
protocol you are using PPPoE or PPtP

~
}

cQ(){ cat <<~
You can add other PPPoE command line options if needed, such as
a specific service name.
EXAMPLE:
-S some-service-name
~
}

cR(){ cat <<~
pppmon is capable of monitoring your external PPP connection and
restart the connection if it fails.


$W NOTE:$D Ping responses MUST be enabled.
~
}

cS(){ cat <<~
If you have a GATEWAY that does not return pings or you do not
have a GATEWAY and your primary DNS server does not return pings.
You can enter an alternate IP.

~
}

cT(){ cat <<~
This option creates a route to communicate with your modem.
The default is just a guess, consult your modems manual for the
correct settings.

$W NOTE:$D The route is ONLY allowed for 'trusted' networks.
~
}

cU(){ cat <<~
Possible types of interfaces:
ethN - ethernet inteface number N
ethN:n - ethernet inteface number N alias number n (Breaks NAT)
arcN - arcnet interface
arcNe - arcnet interface
trN - token ring interface
sbniN - granch SBNI12 board
dummy - if you do not have an ethernet card
~
}

cV(){ cat <<~
IP range for DHCP server, $N$D disable dynamic DHCP range on
this interface.

Example:$C 192.168.$m.10 192.168.$m.30$D
~
}

cW(){ cat <<~
$W NOTE:$D If this modem is for dial-in use, this is the IP address
assigned to the dial-in or null modem user. This should be set
to an unused address in your local network subnet.

~
}

cX(){ cat <<~
The Modem connect script is the sequence of code that is sent
and received by the client and the server. The default for a
null modem driver is


$G CLIENT OK
$W$D
If you are using an actual modem driver in your client. A
more involved sequence is required. Something like


$G AT OK ATE OK AT OK AT OK
$W
~
}

cY(){ cat <<~
Setup will now try to detect your modems. Dialup and RAS services
will be disabled before detection.


$W NOTE:$D Be patient, auto detection can take a while.
~
}

cZ(){ cat <<~
${R}WARNING!!!$D You will have problem with this modem because it is
a very old 16450 UART.

~
}

dA(){ cat <<~
Enter your ISP default gateway here.
It may also be referred to as
$C gateway$D,$C router$D or$C default router$D).
$W NOTE 1:$D Not all ISPs require this setting.
$W NOTE 2:$D Not required when using the DHCP client.
~
}

dB(){ cat <<~
This setting will automatically set the first, second, third, and
fourth DNS servers from your ISP. This feature still requires
that you enter at least one default DNS server manually, but they
will be overwritten dynamically. If you want to use other DNS
servers then set this to "
${Y}n${D}". If your ISP only provides
one DNS server, then the second, third, and fourth DNS servers
you enter manually will be used as the backup DNS servers.

~
}

dC(){ cat <<~
These settings will usually be overwritten in your DHCP lease,
or if using the peer DNS server for a dialup connection.

~
}

dD(){ cat <<~
Primary DNS is required, others are optional.
~
}

dE(){ cat <<~
ISP http proxy for dyndns/Zonedit/dhs/loopia client and for
package installation.
Format: proxy.addr.domain:port or ip.addr:port

~
}

dF(){ cat <<~
Dialing method and ISP phone numbers not separated by spaces.
Example:
${C}T4004444 P5005333
$W NOTE:$C T$D - stands for tone dialing,$C P$D - for pulse.
~
}

dG(){ cat <<~
How long to keep up the link after the last packet is sent.
Possible answers:

$C 0$D - do not control link, you have to bring it up and down manually
$C 1$D - keep link up forever
$C N$D - keep link up for$C N$D seconds using filter.cfg (${C}N$D integer number).
~
}

dH(){ cat <<~
Set the interpretation of dynamic address information for SLIP mode.
This parameter specifies which IP addresses should be read from
the servers initial output and in which order they will appear.
The possible settings are:

$C remote local remote-local local-remote$D
Dynamic slip addresses are determined by reading a banner string
that is produced by the remote SLIP server when it starts.
The banner string might be something like:

$C Annex address is 137.130.1.14. Your local address is 137.130.2.44.$D
In this example you have to choose$C remote-local$D setting.
~
}

dI(){ cat <<~
You can enter a custom modem initialization string here which applies
only to this dialup connection. Normally you should leave this blank
and the standard modem initialization string will be used.

~
}

dJ(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC CHAT SEQUENCE HELP$D
Qn - what we expect from ISP, Rn - what we send to ISP.$C
Example:${D}Q0$Y Expect []$D R0$Y Send [\r]$D - don't wait, just send CR
Q1$Y Expect [Name:]$D R1$Y Send [whisky]$D
Q2$Y Expect [Password:]$D R2$Y Send [ballantine]$D
Q3$Y Expect [Annex>]$D R3$Y Send [ppp go]$D
${C}Escape sequences:
$C \c$D - suppresses the newline at the end of the reply string.
This is the only method to send a string without a trailing
return character. It must be at the end of the send string.

$C \b$D - represents a backspace character.
$C \d$D - delay for one second (not valid in expect).
$C \K$D - insert a BREAK (not valid in expect).
$C \n$D - send a newline or linefeed character.
$C \r$D - send or expect a carriage return.
$C \N$D - send a null character.
$C \t$D - send or expect a tab character.
$C \\\ ${D}- send or expect a backslash character.
$C \ddd$D - collapse the octal digits into a single ASCII
(some characters are not valid in expect).

$C ^C$D - send control character represented by C.
(some characters are not valid in expect).

${R}WARNING: " ' quote characters are reserved, do not use them!!!$D
~
}

dK(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC LIST OF CURRENTLY DEFINED ISPs

$C [ ISP name Login name Phone number(s) ]
$D ------------------------------------------------
~
}

dL(){ cat <<~
------------------------------------------------
$W
NOTE:$D Default ISP marked with -$G *

$C [ Selected ISP =$D $cur$C ]
$M a$O Select ISP
$M b$O Edit selected ISP
$M c$O Create new ISP
$M d$O Make selected ISP default when router starts
$M e$O$R Delete selected ISP
~
}

dM(){ cat <<~
Set the maximum number of times diald should attempt to make
the initial connection without waiting for more network traffic.

~
}

dN(){ cat <<~
Set the maximum number of times diald should attempt to restore
a connection that was severed before it should wait for more
network traffic.

~
}

dO(){ cat <<~
When redial-backoff-start is set, diald will use redial-timeout
as the delay between each of the first redial-backoff-start
unsuccessful consecutive calls. After this, diald will double
the timeout after each failure, up to 600 seconds.

~
}

dP(){ cat <<~
Sets the maximum number of consecutive failed connection attempts.
If this limit is exceeded, diald will block further connections
until the "unblock" command is issued.

~
}

dQ(){ cat <<~
Sets the first packet timeout. If you are having disconnect problems,
set this option to something like 604800 - otherwise leave it blank.

~
}

dR(){ cat <<~
$W NOTE:$D If you use the DHCP client it may override these settings
(see settings for network #0).

~
}

dS(){ cat <<~
Define ports to block from the Internet in a comma separated list.
Example:
23,25,59,79,110
~
}

dT(){ cat <<~
MAC spoofing is for imitating another network cards MAC address.
EXAMPLE:
$W ab:10:aa:ff:11:0f
~
}

dU(){ cat <<~
You can add as many ISPs as you need using the Advanced Settings menu.
~
}

dV(){ cat <<~
$R $CBN WARNING:$D Your router has less than 16MB of RAM,
you should NOT enable very many services until you install on
a hard drive and enable at least 8MB of swap.

~
}

dW(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC ADVANCED SETTINGS MENU

$C [ Users/Passwords ]
$M a$O root/admin/ppp
$M b$O Users menu
$M c$O Dial-out control

$C [ Hardware ] [ Dial-up router ]
$M d$O COM ports$M n$O Add/Edit/List ISP
$M e$O Ethernet cards$M o$O$R Diald options
$M f$O Modem settings

$C [ Networks ] [ Permanent router ]
$M g$O Host/Domain$M p$O Ethernet ISP
$M h$O Local networks$M q$O Leased line ISP

$C [ Security/Limitations ]
$M i$O Remote access
$M j$O Access restrictions
$M k$O Internal security
$M l$O NAT helper modules
$M m$O Block extra ports
~
}

dX(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC SYSTEM SETTINGS MENU

$M a$O Command line history
$M b$O Savers (screen,hdd,saver)
$M c$O Swap file
$M d$O System Logs
$M e$O Diagnostic/sound
$M f$O On/Off Debug & logging
$M g$O Extra RAM drive
$M h$O System monitors
$M i$O Console colors
$M j$O ISA PnP
$M k$O Control panel colors
$M l$O Control panel window sizes
$M m$O Default system editor
$M n$O NUM lock on at boot
$M o$O Time zone offset
$M p$O On/Off$R expert$Y settings
~
}

dY(){ cat <<~
Change the default editor used to modify all system files.
Enter the /PATH/editor-name

NOTE:
$C /sbin/edt$D is the default.
~
}

dZ(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC EMAIL NOW MENU






$M a$O Report
$M b$O Netinfo
$M c$O Messages log
$M d$O Secure log
$M e$O Info log
~
}

eA(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC ROUTER/SERVER TYPE

$M a$D) Dialup line router:$C ISP <--$G modem0$C --> router <-$G ethernetN$C -> local net(s)
$M b$D) Leased line router: $Y^-- <- modemN -> remote net(s)

$M c$D) Ethernet router:$C ISP <-$G network0$C -> router <-$G ethernetN$C -> local net(s)
$Y ^-- <- modemN -> remote net(s)

$M d$D) PPPoE/PPtP router:$C ISP <-$G network0$C -> router <-$G ethernetN$C -> local net(s)
$Y ^-- <- modemN -> remote net(s)

$M e$D) Ethernet Bridge:$C bridge <-$G ethernetN$C -> network(s)

$M f$D) Server [Print,FTP,HTTP,SSH,DHCP,DNS]:$Y$C server <-$G ethernetN$C -> network(s)
$Y ^-- Dial in ^-- <- modemN -> remote net(s)
~
}


eB(){ cat <<~
$CD$CC
MAIN ROUTER/SERVER MENU





$M a$O System settings
$M b$O Configure servers
$M c$O Advanced settings
$M d$O Email report/logs
$M e$O Detected hardware
$M f$O Create report
$M g$O Add-On package menu
$M h$O View current configuration
$M i$O View previous configuration
$M j$O View license
$M k$O View report
$M l$O Initial router/server type
$M m$O Preferred language ($G$DLANG$Y)




$M q$O Quit without saving
$M s$O Save and exit
~
}

eC(){ cat <<~
Legend:$G green$D - required parameters;
$Y yellow$D - optional parameters;
$R red$D - for experts only, 'yeah right'$B ;$Y-$R)$D



Three steps of setup:
$G 1) choose router type and configure it.
$D$CG 2) change extended settings.
$D$CC 3) save configuration, exit and reboot system.$D
~
}

eD(){ cat <<~
$D Running this setup in create mode will write the /etc/isapnp.cfg
This is required for the first time setup or when a new card is added.



$M e$O Edit current configuration.
$M c
$O Create a new configuration with all current hardware.
$M x
$O Exit
~
}

eE(){ cat <<~

To change the default language, copy the 'language.tgz' file to
the
a:\router\language directory on floppy installs or the
/boot/language/ directory while FREESCO is running and reboot
the system. Run the 'setup' and that language will show up in
the list of available languages to choose from.

NOTE: The 'english' language is built into the system

~
}


eF(){ cat <<~
Options:
-w Disallow all super user 'root' login UIDs (Most secure)
-W Disallow 'root' login NAME
-s Disable password logins
-g Disable password logins for root
-j Disable local port forwarding
-p [address:]port Listen on additional address:port, up to 10
~
}
eG(){ cat <<~
When running in exclusive mode, outside DNS server access is
denied to all internal machines. For some hardware devices
with hard coded DNS settings this will cause problems. To
allow access to specific outside DNS servers add there IP
address to the dns.allow file and access will be allowed

~
}

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