Generating an alias during a Minecraft connection

Hey. My problem is a strange alias generated when entering the Minecraft server (Waterfall - a variant of the BungeeCord engine). In general, the point is that when entering the game, you generate an alias (in the game log): http://dc-958e096b6f41.mydomain.com/ and this alias bypasses a proxy (which shows the address of the dedicated server) from Cloudflare and on this the address does not have SSL. I do not know what this is caused or how to add proxy and SSL to this address because I want to continue to protect the main server IP. Are these SRV records?

See

https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200169156-Which-ports-will-Cloudflare-work-with-

Minecraft proxying is not supported, except for Enterprise customers with Cloudflare Spectrum (I’ve even heard that the original reason for developing Spectrum was for proxying Hypixel’s minecraft service).

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Only that this address from what I already know generates the SRV record. And I see some servers have this secured and do not generate such addresses. Can anyone know how to do it?

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