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Hello everyone, We downsized some servers, which provided us with extra resources to spin up a second rippled node. Thus, our validator now lives behind a non-validating node. Clustering seems to have gone well, the validator is only connected to one peer (our other node), and both nodes show that they are in a cluster. I do have some questions, though: 1. How does the trusted UNL function on a non-validating node? Do both nodes need to trust the same validators? 2. Our validator says that it is 'proposing' and I can see it on the network topology page, however, it is no longer showing up in the validator registry. I was also able to send a test transaction through the validator, and it showed up on the public ledger. Any ideas on why the validator is no longer showing up in the registry? 3. We are using the same five keys in the trusted validator (UNL) list for both nodes, the validator quorum is 5 and the non-validating node's is 3. How come the validator's quorum is higher than the non-validating node? Thank you all so much for your help & support