I would like to know if this is still correct. Between H.323 and SIP, which is better for integrating CME and CUCM and why. Are there any known issues/limitations with using SIP here (as mentioned in the documentation)?
For system integration SIP is actually easier and provides more benefits on the CUCM side. I don't think there are any significant issues on CME side as far as SIP trunk goes, I know there are still complaints with SIP phones on that side. So, my recommendation would be to do SIP, however if you already have H323 working I don't see a big reason to change that.
SIP traces provide key information in troubleshooting SIP Trunks, SIP
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