Node with edge that ends on it's own cluster boundary

Hi I am wanting to produce a graph that has a node with an edge that ends on it's own cluster boundary.

Is this possible?

eg:

digraph G {
compound=true;
subgraph cluster0 {
Satelite; Puppet; "Bastions";
label="Management";

}
Bastions->Satelite [lhead=cluster0];
}

So that the edge leaving Bastions, gets connected to boundary that contains Satelite (which is the same boundary that contains Bastions.

Thanks.

Rowan

Sorry, no. The edges

Sorry, no. The edges supported by compound=true rely on the two vertices being not in the same cluster.

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