In answer to your questions, given the hotfix installed and the details of the settings, SSLv3 is not disabled on your appliance. SSLv3 is, itself, not the source of the POODLE vulnerability, although many of the ciphers it allows are. The real source comes from block-based ciphers present in and used as part of SSLv3. As such, the KB indicates that you can disable all but RC4, and that would help somewhat. That said, the POODLE hotfix for MEG 7.5.4 is hotfix 1014806, and it was released to world on the 29th of October. I would recommend getting that installed ASAP if you haven't done so already.
Thans for your reply. Yes i have the hotfix installed on both applainces. I installed it last week.
You can use: Qualys SSL Labs - Projects / SSL Server Test to test ssl setups. Ofcourse , regarding the output, it's always good to verify on your environment if it's correct but it can give a quick, good indication of what might be wrong in your ssl setup.
This was a useful site a platinum engineer suggested once and i've had much less issues with SSL ever since