The zapata.conf file is used to define the relationship between Asterisk and the Zaptel driver. Because zapata.conf is specific to Asterisk, it is located with the other Asterisk configuration files in /etc/asterisk/. As with zaptel.conf, the zapata.conf file contains a multitude of choices reflecting the multitude of hardware it supports, and we won’t try to list all of the options here. In this book we’ve covered only the analog interfaces to the Zaptel driver, as described in Chapter 3.

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