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How to use CLI to terminate the telnet session on Wing OS?

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TitleHow to use CLI to terminate the telnet session on Wing OS?
Objective
How to use CLI to terminate the telnet or SSH session on Wing OS?
Environment
  • WING OS
  • Telnet
Procedure
1. Connect switch through console or SSH and check the running process.
RFS4000#service show process 
   PID  STATUS    RSS   PPID   %CPU   %MEM   COMMAND
   471     R    27712      1    0.3   18.0   cfgd   
  2296     S     7756    851    0.0    5.0   mapsh  
  2690     S     7728    851    0.0    5.0   mapsh  
   463     S     5716      1    0.0    3.7   rim    
   875     S     5348      1    0.0    3.4   ssm    
   686     S     5344      1    0.2    3.4   dpd2   
   565     S     2860      1    0.0    1.8   nsm    
   452     S     2300      1    0.0    1.4   logd   
   664     S     2120      1    0.0    1.3   hsd    
   672     S     2072      1    0.0    1.3   mstp   
   867     S     1896      1    0.0    1.2   sshd   
   940     S     1476      1    0.0    0.9   lighttpd
   487     S     1376    471    0.0    0.8   log_file
   704     S     1300    686    0.0    0.8   log_file
   851     S      848      1    0.0    0.5   telnetd
   755     S      784      1    0.0    0.5   udhcpc 
     1     S      768      0    0.0    0.5   init
2. Kill the telnet process
RFS4000#service signal kill telnetd



 
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