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How To verify MAPI replication is using the Correct Network

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In Exchange server 2010 or 2013, where MAPI and Replication Networks are separated, how can we tell that MAPI replication is using the Network it is supposed to use.
I run across this command, but Apparently it checks Replication Network which network it is using:
Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus DB1 -ConnectionStatus | fl Name,OutgoingConnections,IncomingLogCopyingNetwork

I found that in this link:
http://sparesomeexchange.com/exchange-2010-databases-replicating-over-wrong-network/

I believe there is a mistake on the output at the bottom of the link :

after the author ran the commands:
Suspend-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB1\MBX-02
Suspend-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB1\MBX-03
Resume-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB1\MBX-02
Resume-MailboxDatabaseCopy -Identity DB1\MBX-03
 
Then

Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus DB1 -ConnectionStatus | fl Name,OutgoingConnections,IncomingLogCopyingNetwork

Name : DB1\MBX-01
OutgoingConnections : {MBX-02,Management}, {MBX-03,Management}
IncomingLogCopyingNetwork :

the Output should show the name "Network" instead of Management, assuming he named the Mapi Network "Management" and Replication Network "Network"

I could be wrong

Thank you
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Hi,

You are right, I guess he might have pasted the same output. BTW the given command is correct one to verify the replication network.
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So, now that we know which command to use to verify Replication Network , then which command will verify the Mapi Network ?
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