Is there a way to back out of all SSH connections and close PuTTY in "one shot"? I work in Windows 7 and use PuTTY to SSH to various Linux hosts.
An example of the way I find myself working:
SSH to host1 with PuTTY... banjer@host1:~> #...doin some work...ooh! need to go check something on host8... banjer@host1:~> ssh host8 banjer@host8:~> #...doin some work...OK time for lunch. lets close putty... banjer@host8:~> exit banjer@host1:~> exit Putty closes.
Per above, any way to get from host8 to closing PuTTY in one shot? Sometimes I find myself up to 5 or 10 hosts deep. I realize I can click the X to close the PuTTY window, but I like to make sure my SSH connections get closed properly by using the exit command. I also realize I'm asking for tips on how to increase laziness. I'll just write it off as "how can I be more efficient".