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Many LumenVox settings are controlled by several configuration files. Most of these contain functionalitythat is also exposed by our API, but using the configuration files is a useful way to alter settingswithout altering application code.
These files are placed in /etc/lumenvox/ by default.
Each application has its own configuration file, and the Speech Engine has both a client configurationand a server configuration(this affects the actual Speech Engine process that performs decodes).
There is a master configuration file called lumenvox_settings.conf thatcontrols a number of general settings, including the name and location of each individual configurationfile. This lumenvox_settings.conf file must be placed in /etc/lumenvox/ forany of the applications to start properly.
There is also an Asterisk-specific LumenVox configuration file called lumenvox.conf in /etc/asterisk/ thatcontrols variables related directly to the Asterisk-LumenVox integration.
For information about each file and its settings, see the page for the appropriate file: