You can click on the service parameter name to get help on it. Usually the help explains the consiquence of your choice.
I haven't seen the Build CNF one before but disabling mem cache of TFTP is only going to reduce performance. The idea is that it puts the CNF files/firmware and such into memory to avoid every TFTP operation hitting the disk. That leaves disk I/O free for things like database sequential writes.
Normally the way you force the TFTP cache to clear is to just restart the service. I have not encountered a valid reason to disable mem cache.
SIP traces provide key information in troubleshooting SIP Trunks, SIP
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