Per origin host header - available before?

Was this feature previously available/emulated by writing your own Worker or not?

Although this feature is in the “Load Balancing” category, is this actually a general purpose web forwarding/URL rewriting feature? Your content server for whatever reason lives at 807b9eb-lax.superclould.com at IP 13.13.13.13 and that can’t be changed (CNAME useless), your domain is www.awesomeblog.com, but 13.13.13.13 will never cough up your page if client host header is www.awesomeblog.com, and on 13.13.13.13 there are 3 different customers, with domains 807b9eb-lax.superclould.com (you) 14be34c3-lax.superclould.com (random other customer) and 6e589d3-lax.superclould.com (random other customer), so this new feature allows you to forward all HTTP reqs to 807b9eb-lax.superclould.com and rewrite the Host: header to 807b9eb-lax.superclould.com, but never reveal the 807b9eb-lax.superclould.com domain (Location: header to outside of CF) or 13.13.13.13 IP to eyeballs/clients. Am I understanding it correctly?

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