what is your requirement actually? i am confused because you actually gave two different snapshots.
first snapshot is to communicate between VCS and Lync and it is set to TCP port "5060" and the second snapshot is for connecting to service B2BUA and it utilizes the port 5061.
so if you are looking to communicate between VCS and lync and want to utilize the transport as TCP then you can do it from web and no need to change it via CLI. you can simply change the port to 5060 and make sure the lync server listen on port 5060.
your second statement holds true for connecting to local service. i tried modifying the transport and restarting the B2BUA service. and it changes it back to use TLS. However its the default behaviour.
i tried few tweaks and i can make the local service to connect and to use port 5060, but the problem is after modifying my B2BUA zone to lync throws error and it doesn't detects the zone which system generated automatically.
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