Sorry folks, but this is confusing.
Some of the machines have local MQTT hosts set to bridging mode to talk to the main one.
I unplug a machine's CAT-5 cable and this is what I see happen. Which doesn't make sense.
I unplug BEEFPI.
The first two message are locally generated at this part of the flow.
The latter two are the
MQTT message and they are for BEDPI, not BEEFPI.
So, let's look at BeefPi's
All the messages are saying
Fair enough. So for the sake of it, let's look at BedPi's `MQTT node.
So you can clearly see that this is the machine from where the message came.
But believe me: I didn't unplug it. (can't reach and it is in another room)
So: what is going on when I unplug BeefPi's CAT-5 cable and why do I get/see BedPi's EOM message?