exit - terminate the thread executing the shellSYNOPSIS
restart [arg1] [arg2]
Command exit causes the thread executing the shell to terminate immediately. If no other shells are running, all commands in file exit.txt will be executed and NAT32 will return to its caller.NOTES
If a string argument is specified, file exit.txt will be executed and NAT32 will return to its caller unconditionally. The specified string will be recorded in the log file.
When invoked from a subshell, exit returns to the shell from which the subshell was invoked.
Exit can be used in command scripts to terminate prematurely.
Break can also be used in command scripts to terminate prematurely and print debugging information.
Restart can be used to reinitialize the NAT32 process and continue execution. Arguments arg1and arg2 are identical to the NAT32 Application command-line arguments.
Panic immediately terminates the NAT32 process. Use this command only in emergencies.
To invoke a new shell in an existing window, press Ctrl-F4.SEE ALSO
kill, nat32, sh, termin, websh