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SRB question - What is a Sh source telling me?

I have been asked to clean up our SRB. Most of it has been removed off the network. When talking to people at the sites I cannot get a real good feeling if the segments that are defined with it require it.

I do a sh source and get the following

This TCP peer: 54.25.197.253

Maximum output TCP queue length, per peer: 100

Largest packet size allowed is 1500 bytes

Peers: state bg lv pkts_rx pkts_tx expl_gn drops TCP

TCP 54.25.197.253 - 3 0 0 0 0 0

TCP 54.25.1.1 open 3 0 4286572 4286671 120 0

TCP 54.25.1.251 open 3 0 4286583 4286671 112 0

Rings:

bn: 7 rn: 1675 locvrt ma: 4020.8353.e603 Bridge-group 1 fwd: 0

bn: 10 rn: 1673 remote ma: 4006.3aae.c301 TCP 54.25.1.1 fwd: 0

bn: 10 rn: 1900 remote ma: 4006.3aae.c300 TCP 54.25.1.1 fwd: 0

bn: 10 rn: 1905 remote ma: 4006.3aae.c342 TCP 54.25.1.1 fwd: 0

bn: 15 rn: 1673 remote ma: 4006.90d4.ca01 TCP 54.25.1.251 fwd: 0

bn: 15 rn: 1900 remote ma: 4006.90d4.ca00 TCP 54.25.1.251 fwd: 0

bn: 15 rn: 1905 remote ma: 4006.90d4.ca42 TCP 54.25.1.251 fwd: 0

I see only the remote peers 1.1 and 1.251 with traffic. Can I say that this segment 54.25.197.0 is not using SRB except for hellos?

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Re: SRB question - What is a Sh source telling me?

I guess you are right.

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