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TG582n - killing telnet sessions

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TG582n - killing telnet sessions

Just had a slight problem
Woke Windows 7 from sleep with routerstats running and it wouldn't connect
Tried using the standard telnet command from the CMD Prompt and it stated that there were two telnet sessions running (maximum allowed) and did I want to kill one which I did
Question is whether there is a web command hidden somewhere which will kill all the telnet sessions
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Registered: ‎30-07-2011

Re: TG582n - killing telnet sessions

Happens to me as well.  The only solution I've found is what you are doing, access from command prompt and kill a session.  I think it occurs because routerstats happens to be accessing the router when windows goes to sleep and the session doesn't get closed.