The Question is:
Is it possible to log out a LAT port on a terminal server from the host that
established the connection without using NCP ?
The Answer is :
If the host established the LAT connection, find the application that
has requested the LAT connection and shut it down. Alternatively, use
the LANCP or NCL or NCP remote console facility to back-connect to the
terminal server and reset the port or reboot the terminal server (and,
if desired) reconfigure the port to prevent remote access, or simply
reset/cycle the entire terminal server -- one or more of these may be
answers to questions you may or may not have intended to ask.