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how to disconnect telnet session cisco?

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Dear Experts,
on cisco devices telnet expiry time is unlimited. how i can manually disconnect telnet session after use?
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by:Shaik M. Sajid
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just type by EXIT

it'll close tell net session
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Don Johnston earned 2000 total points
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Depends on where you're trying to close it from.  

If it's a session that you have established, "exit" or "logout" from the terminal window.

If it's a session that someone else has established into a router that you're managing, you would issue a "show user" command.  A list of all inbound connections will be displayed.  Then you would issue the "disconnect x" (where "x" is the connection number).
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