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## Language file for analog 5.32. May not work with any other version.
##
## Converted from /usr/lib/analog/lang/us24.lng on 2003. pr. 27., vasrnap, 20.25.52 CEST 
## by mklangfile.us.sh (from the fwanalog distribution)
## More info: http://tud.at/programm/fwanalog/
##
## This is a language file for analog. Lines beginning with ## are comments.
## Each language should have one language file in its own character set,
## and can have an additional one for ASCII (7 bit) output.
## 
## If your language doesn't seem to fit into this pattern, explain the problem
## to me, and I can adjust the source code if necessary.
##
## The character set of this language file. Prefix with a * to indicate a
## multibyte character set: e.g. *ISO-2022-JP
ISO-8859-1
## Abbreviations for the day and month names.
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
## Next some standard common words.
## Abbreviation for "week beginning"
week beg.
year
## Quarter of a year
quarter
month
day
days
hour
minute
minutes
second
seconds
byte
bytes
## ?bytes represents kbytes, Mbytes etc.
?bytes
blocked packet
blocked packets
date
## This has the right spacing for a column like 23/Mar/98 15:00-15:05
date        time
time
first date
first time
last date
last time
port/ICMP type
ports/ICMP types
host
hosts
interface
interfaces
blocked packet
blocked packets
domain
domains
organization
organizations
extension
extensions
source port
source ports
MAC address
MAC addresses
OS
OS's
## (= operating system, operating systems)
size
search term
search terms
site
sites
log prefix
log prefixes
status code
status codes
Block statistics of your firewall, created by
## Prefixes kilo, mega etc. to make kilobytes, megabytes etc.
kilo
mega
giga
tera
peta
exa
zeta
yotta
## Shorter versions of the same prefixes for column headings
k
M
G
T
P
E
Z
Y
## Names for the rows in the Packet Size Report. Note that changing these will
## NOT change the boundaries! These are just labels for predetermined buckets.
## They should line up nicely when right-aligned.
          0
   1B-  10B
  11B- 100B
 101B-  1kB
  1kB- 10kB
 10kB-100kB
100kB-  1MB
  1MB- 10MB
 10MB-100MB
100MB-  1GB
      > 1GB
## Now the names of reports
General Summary
## The time reports, plus "busiest" strings (at the bottom of each report)
Yearly Report
Busiest year:
Quarterly Report
Busiest quarter:
Monthly Report
Month with the most blocked packets:
Weekly Report
Week with the most blocked packets: week beginning
Daily Summary
Daily Report
Day with the most blocked packets:
Hourly Report
Hourly Summary
Hour of the Week Summary
Hour with the most blocked packets:
Quarter-Hour Report
Quarter-Hour Summary
Quarter-hour with the most blocked packets:
Five-Minute Report
Five-Minute Summary
Five minutes with the most blocked packets:
## The non-time reports. In each case, we have the name of the report,
## followed by the type of item in the report, once in the singular and once
## in the plural. These are used in phrases like "listing ??? with at
## least 200 blocked packets". (The words higher up are used for column headings and
## for the "not listed" lines at the bottom of the reports.)
## Finally we have the gender of this type of object, which can be m, f or n.
##
## So for example, in German a blocked packet is Verzeichnis (neuter gender), which
## was given above. But "listing the top blocked packet" is "Ausgabe des ersten
## Verzeichnisses" and "listing the top two blocked packets" is "Ausgabe der
## ersten zwei Verzeichnisse". So here, we would have for the blocked packet report:
##
## Verzeichnis-Bericht
## Verzeichnisses
## Verzeichnisse
## n
##
## I hope that makes sense!
Packet Source Host Report
host
hosts
n
Host Redirection Report
host
hosts
n
Host Failure Report
host
hosts
n
Blocked Packet Report
blocked packet
blocked packets
n
Packet Type Report
extension
extensions
n
Port/ICMP Type Report
port/ICMP type
ports/ICMP types
n
Redirection Report
port/ICMP type
ports/ICMP types
n
Failure Report
port/ICMP type
ports/ICMP types
n
Source Port Report
source port
source ports
n
Referring Site Report
referring site
referring sites
n
Redirected Source Port Report
source port
source ports
n
Failed Source Port Report
source port
source ports
n
Search Query Report
query
queries
n
Search Word Report
query word
query words
n
Internal Search Query Report
query
queries
n
Internal Search Word Report
query word
query words
n
Interface Report
interface
interfaces
n
Interface Redirection Report
interface
interfaces
n
Interface Failure Report
interface
interfaces
n
Log Prefix Report
log prefix
log prefixes
n
Log Prefix Redirection Report
log prefix
log prefixes
n
Log Prefix Failure Report
log prefix
log prefixes
n
MAC Address Summary
MAC address
MAC addresses
n
MAC Address Report
MAC address
MAC addresses
n
Operating System Report
operating system
operating systems
n
Domain Report
domain
domains
n
Organization Report
organization
organizations
n
Status Code Report
status code
status codes
n
Processing Time Report
Packet Size Report
## Used at the bottom of the report
This analysis was produced by
Running time
Less than 1
## Used in the time reports
Each unit
represents
or part thereof
blocked packet for a page
blocked packets for pages
## Used at the bottom of each non-time report: need m, f & n genders
*
*
not listed
## Used on the pie charts: again need m, f & n genders
*
*
Other
## Used at the top of the report
Program started at
Analyzed blocked packets from
to
## Used in the General Summary
Blocked packets
Average blocked packets per day
Blocked packets for pages
Average blocked packets for pages per day
Logfile lines without status code
Failed blocked packets
Redirected blocked packets
Requests with informational status code
Distinct blocked packets
Distinct hosts blocked
Corrupt logfile lines
Unwanted logfile entries (because of a date range, EXCLUDE etc.)
Size of all dropped packets together
Average size of dropped packets per day
Figures in parentheses refer to the
7-day period ending
last 7 days
Go To
Top
## Some special phrases for particular reports.
[unresolved numerical addresses]
[domain not given]
[unknown domain]
[root blocked packet]
[no blocked packet]
[no extension]
[blocked packets]
Unknown Windows
Other Unix
Known robots
OS unknown
## Column headings for blocked packets, pages, bytes and number (ie position in list)
## and percentages and last-7-day versions of these.
## Should be as short as possible -- abbreviate if necessary.
## (The ?bytes represents kbytes, Mbytes etc.)
#blocks
7-day reqs
%blocks
%7-day reqs
#pages
7-day pages
%pages
%7-day pages
bytes
?bytes
7-day bytes
7-day ?bytes
%bytes
%7-day bytes
 #
## Now we need to know how to say "listing the top <whatever>", "listing
## the top <n> <whatevers>", and "listing <whatevers>". The %s and %d
## will be replaced by the appropriate things. There may be three of each of
## these statements, for the genders m, f and n. Any genders that aren't used,
## you can just put a * there instead. So, for example, French starts
## Affichage du premier %s
## Affichage de la premi&egrave;re %s
## *
## with entries for m & f, but not n
*
*
Listing the top %s
*
*
Listing the top %d %s
*
*
Listing %s
## "by" in the phrase "listing the top 3 files BY number of blocked packets"
by
## All blocked packets WITH AT LEAST 10 blocked packets
with at least
## Different ways of doing floors
blocked packet in the last 7 days
blocked packets in the last 7 days
blocked packet for a page in the last 7 days
blocked packets for pages in the last 7 days
redirected blocked packet
redirected blocked packets
redirected blocked packet in the last 7 days
redirected blocked packets in the last 7 days
failed blocked packet
failed blocked packets
failed blocked packet in the last 7 days
failed blocked packets in the last 7 days
% of the traffic
% of the traffic in the last 7 days
% of the maximum amount of traffic
% of the maximum amount of traffic in the last 7 days
byte of traffic
bytes of traffic
## ?bytes represents kbytes, Mbytes etc.
?bytes of traffic
byte of traffic in the last 7 days
bytes of traffic in the last 7 days
?bytes of traffic in the last 7 days
with a blocked packet since
with a redirected blocked packet since
with a failed blocked packet since
with first blocked packet since
with first redirected blocked packet since
with first failed blocked packet since
## Now "sorted by": again, in m, f & n (only needed in plural though)
*
*
sorted by
## Used at the top of each report
This report contains data from
## Used in pie charts
The wedges are plotted by
## different ways of sorting
the amount of traffic
the amount of traffic in the last 7 days
% of the blocked packets
% of the blocked packets in the last 7 days
% of the maximum number of blocked packets
% of the maximum number of blocked packets in the last 7 days
the number of blocked packets
the number of blocked packets in the last 7 days
% of the blocked packets for pages
% of the blocked packets for pages in the last 7 days
% of the maximum number of blocked packets for pages
% of the maximum number of blocked packets for pages in the last 7 days
the number of blocked packets for pages
the number of blocked packets for pages in the last 7 days
% of the redirected blocked packets
% of the redirected blocked packets in the last 7 days
% of the maximum number of redirected blocked packets
% of the maximum number of redirected blocked packets in the last 7 days
the number of redirected blocked packets
the number of redirected blocked packets in the last 7 days
% of the failed blocked packets
% of the failed blocked packets in the last 7 days
% of the maximum number of failed blocked packets
% of the maximum number of failed blocked packets in the last 7 days
the number of failed blocked packets
the number of failed blocked packets in the last 7 days
the time of the last blocked packet
the time of the last redirected blocked packet
the time of the last failed blocked packet
the time of the first blocked packet
the time of the first redirected blocked packet
the time of the first failed blocked packet
## 3 other ways of sorting in m, f, & n
*
*
sorted alphabetically
*
*
sorted numerically
*
*
unsorted
## The separators to use between thousands, and as a decimal point. For
## example, English generally uses "3,000.25" so has , and . here. French uses
## "3 000,25", so has space and , instead.
,
.
## There's a colon here, because the French like to put a space before a colon,
## so they have space-colon instead here.
:
## am and pm in the sense of morning and afternoon.
AM
PM
## Some date formats. E.g. for 9am on 1st January 1997 use
## %d for date          " 1"
## %D for 0-padded date "01"
## %m for month         "Jan"
## %l for month at end of time interval (where this makes sense)
## %y for short year    "97"
## %q for quarter of the year    "1"
## %Y for long year     "1997"
## %h for hour in 24-hour clock " 9"
## %H for 0-padded hour         "09"
## %j for hour in 12-hour clock " 9"
## %n for minute        "00"
## %a for am or pm      "am"
## %i for hour at end of time interval (where this makes sense)
## %I for 0-padded hour at end of time interval
## %k for 12-hour hour at end of time interval
## %o for minute at end of time interval
## %b for am or pm at end of time interval
## %w for weekday       "Wed"
## %x for a dash in a range e.g. in 14:00-14:15. This is necessary because in
##    proper typesetting, this should be an en-dash not a regular dash.
##
## So for a date, English might have %d/%m/%y for 1/Jan/97, whereas German
## would have %d.%m %y for 1.Jan 97). Note: the month number is not available
## because it can produce ambiguous dates.
##
## The different date formats are as follows
## "refer to the 7 days to [date]"
%m %D %Y %H:%n
## "Program started at" and "Analysed blocked packets from"
%w, %m %D %Y %H:%n
## In Daily Report
%m/%d/%y
## In Daily Summary
%w
## In Hourly Report
%m/%d/%y %H:%n%x%I:%o
## In Hourly Summary
%h
## In Hour of the Week Summary
%w %H:%n%x%I:%o
## In Quarter-Hour and Five-Minute Reports
%m/%d/%y %H:%n%x%I:%o
## In Quarter-Hour and Five-Minute Summaries
%H:%n%x%I:%o
## In Weekly Report
%m/%d/%y
## In Monthly Report
%m %Y
## In Quarterly Report
%m%x%l %Y
## An alternative for Quarterly Report: %Y Q%q
## In Yearly Report
%Y
## The date (d) column in non-time reports
%m/%d/%y
## The date & time (D) column in non-time reports
%m/%d/%y %H:%n
## In non-time reports: "listing files with blocked packets since [date]"
%m/%d/%y at %H:%n
## Finally, definitions of the HTTP status codes (see
## ftp://ftp.isi.edu/in-notes/rfc2616.txt). You're welcome to leave these in
## English if you think they look better that way.
100 Continue with blocked packet
101 Switching protocols
1xx [Miscellaneous informational]
200 OK
201 Created
202 Accepted for future processing
203 Non-authoritative information
204 OK, but nothing to send
205 Reset document
206 Partial content
2xx [Miscellaneous successes]
300 Multiple documents available
301 Document moved permanently
302 Document found elsewhere
303 See other document
304 Not modified since last retrieval
305 Use proxy
306 Switch proxy
307 Document moved temporarily
3xx [Miscellaneous redirections]
400 Bad blocked packet
401 Authentication required
402 Payment required
403 Access forbidden
404 Document not found
405 Method not allowed
406 Document not acceptable to client
407 Proxy authentication required
408 Request timeout
409 Request conflicts with state of resource
410 Document gone permanently
411 Length required
412 Precondition failed
413 Request too long
414 Requested filename too long
415 Unsupported media type
416 Requested range not valid
417 Expectation failed
4xx [Miscellaneous client/log prefix errors]
500 Internal server error
501 Request type not supported
502 Error at upstream server
503 Service temporarily unavailable
504 Gateway timeout
505 HTTP version not supported
506 Redirection failed
5xx [Miscellaneous server errors]
xxx [Unknown]