It would appear that a logout also closes the connection at the server.
I can find nowhere in the Hollenbeck EPP document that indicates that a logout should do anything more than terminate a session - not a connection as well.
After all, the supplied examples do do a disconnect command after a logout command.
The reason this came up is that I was following the certification steps and wanted to do an authentication, then logout, then do a change password login, all in the same connection. The second login throws the following exception:
code:  lang: [null] msg: [Unexpected server disconnect]
Note, BTW that this code 2601 is not documented in the Protocol.
I have posted a bug with the .info EPP Server developers. I'll keep you posted.
There are two RTK level error code created for times when the EPP can't be reached. The codes were created because an epp_Exception is thrown and a code and message is required in the exception. Take a look the class org.openrtk.idl.epp.epp_Session and the two static members that start with RTK_
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