Cloudflare won’t use ipv4 on an A record with pseudo ipv4 enabled

You can’t proxy Minecraft with Cloudflare, unless you buy the (very expensive) Cloudflare Spectrum Add-On, which also requires a pro plan.

Pseudo IPv4 does do something totally different than what you describe. On HTTP requests, Cloudflare sends a header with the visitor’s IP address to the server, CF-Connecting-IP.
If the request from the visitor to Cloudflare is via IPv6, then Pseudo-IPv4 replaces the IPv6 address in this header with an IPv4 address.

Edit: This looks like an exact copy of Cloudflare won't use ipv4 on an A record with pseudo ipv4 enabled, so I will close this topic here.

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