On both MOS (Remote Shell) and Windows (PuTTY) I use a ssh session to connect to my router.
When using PuTTY to connect to the router and typing 'exit', the log tells me:
Jul 25 13:32:28 dropbear: Exit (admin): Exited normally
When using Remote Shell and typing 'exit' the log tells me:
Jul 25 13:33:20 dropbear: Exit (admin): Disconnect received
Together with this behaviour I notice Remote Shell is 'stalled' for a few seconds after displaying 'Connection to 192.168.1.1 closed.' and then jumps to the entry I selected in the drop down menu.
Instead of typing 'exit' the session can also be closed by typing the following:
When doing it like this, the log entry is still the same, but the mentioned delay above is no longer present: it jumps to the entry selection right away.
This makes me wonder if the 'exit' procedure is handled correctly in Remote Shell.