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SIP cnf.xml KPML Values

Hi out there.

I got a problem with KPML.

I got an CME where KPML just works fine and an CUCM 7.1.x where it doesn't.

The only difference i found was in the cnf.xml for example:

An working CME phone config contains

<kpml>1</kpml>

where an CUCM phone config contains

<kpml>3</kpml>

instead.

So i was wondering what values are possible and what they stand for.

So far my conclusions are:

1 - normal KPML

3 - something else

Is there an whitepaper for SIP cnf.xml files that i overlooked?

And where can i influence this specific value in CUCM if i need to?

Below are the correct values

0 - Type A Phones (which support only SIP dial rules) - Send in enbloc

1 - Type B Phones - KPML

2 - Type B Phones - enbloc

3 - Type B Phones - enbloc with overlap sending and receiving

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