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Is there any way to stop a telnet command within a Cisco CLI mode?

I enjoy working with Cisco router's, a lot, it's just that when I telnet from the CLI, via consul or eth, I can't find the way to stop it from trying to establish a connection, I can stop a trace or a ping but not a telnet... is there any way to stop a telnet command within a Cisco CLI mode?
You can write an access-list which blocks telnet port.
This was last published in August 2003

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