The global config command "no router rip" will turn RIP off completely. Is this what you want to do?
If you want to keep RIP, but only turn it off on certain interfaces, enter the "passive-interface ethernet x/y" command in router config mode for every interface that you want to take RIP off of. Passive-interface will allow the interface to learn routes from the interface, and the interface's network will be advertised, but the router will not send updates via that interface.
If you do not want to receive RIP updates over the passive interface, set up this access list: access-list 1 deny any. In the router config mode, enter the command "distribute-list 1 in ethernet x/y". This will block all updates from being accepted by the router on ethernet x/y.
What I really want is to try to identify Local devices that are being transmitted by RIP Packets in order to see if these devices need static routes. Devices such as old Novell 3. servers, Unix Servers, etc?
In that case, do a "debug ip rip" and observe the sources of the RIP updates in the output. Since you are running IPX as well, also run "debug ipx routing" to observe IPX RIP updates, and "debug ipx sap" to see the SAP advertisements.
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