The only way to fix that is to not host non-HTTP/S services on that server. Or get an Enterprise account with Spectrum that can proxy non-HTTP connections.
I’m pretty sure the server I’m hosting is http/s though. I’m hosting it to my sales funnel builder that I’m building with https://groovefunnels.com/
But will this do harm in any way to my site? Will people be able to find my IP address?
I should have been more clear. Non-Enterprise Cloudflare is for websites. If you’re running a non-website service, you have to expose that server’s IP address. A SRV record generally exposed the server’s IP address for those persistent enough to dig for that information.
Okay. Hopefully no hackers come on then but thank you for the explanation!
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