Log out of Cisco device with open connections

#q
 (You have open connections) [confirm]n

#sh sessions
Conn Host                Address             Byte  Idle Conn Name
*  1 1.2.3.4                 1.2.3.4                    0     3 1.2.3.4
 1.2.3.4

1.2.3.4 is our CiscoWorks server

why is it prompting me?
Dragon0x40Asked:
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Garry GlendownConsulting and Network/Security SpecialistCommented:
Do a "ctrl-6" or "ctrl-^" (for escape) followed by the letter "x", you should be back at the prompt. Then type "disc 1" ...
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SouljaCommented:
It's prompting because you have an open connecting.  ;-)
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Dragon0x40Author Commented:
yea I made a telnet session to the ciscoworks server but I don't know how to disconnedct
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Dragon0x40Author Commented:
I just have a black screen now

#
[Resuming connection 1 to 1.2.3.4 ... ]


^C^C
quit
bye
end
^C
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SouljaCommented:
Do a sh line find the line number then do a clear line x   x being the line number.
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Dragon0x40Author Commented:
I can't do anything right now just a black screen
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Dragon0x40Author Commented:
I did a couple crtl-shift-6 and then x and it went back to the router prompt.

Then "disconnect 1" closed the session.
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Dragon0x40Author Commented:
#sh session
Conn Host                Address             Byte  Idle Conn Name
*  1 1.2.3.4                    1.2.3.4                 0     0  1.2.3.4
#clear 1
           ^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

#disconnect 1
Closing connection to 1.2.3.4  [confirm]
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SouljaCommented:
That's the command I couldn't think of. Thanks for reminding me.
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