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After some more testing, I've found that you cannot use a foreign relay that uses the same topic at both ends. So instead of using args="adv http://localhost:11311 /test /test"

I needed to use args="adv http://localhost:11311 /testA /testB"

After some more testing, I've found that you cannot use a foreign relay that uses the same topic at both ends. ends (at least not if you want it to work as intended and not spam the topic).

So instead of using args="adv http://localhost:11311 /test /test"

I needed to use args="adv http://localhost:11311 /testA /testB"

After some more testing, I've found that you cannot use a foreign relay that uses the same topic at both ends (at least not if you want it to work as intended and not spam the topic).

topic).

So instead of using args="adv http://localhost:11311 /test /test"

I needed to use args="adv http://localhost:11311 /testA /testB"

After some more testing, I've found that you cannot use a foreign relay that uses the same topic at both ends (at least not if you want it to work as intended and not spam the topic).

So instead of using args="adv http://localhost:11311 http: //localhost:11311 /test /test"

I needed to use args="adv http://localhost:11311 http: //localhost:11311 /testA /testB"