Is it possible to use a load balancer with multiple zones?
If yes, how would each server in the pool know which zone was hit when responding to the request?
So here’s the use case:
Let’s say I have a couple of VPS distributed around the world. I create a load balancer and a pool for
domainA.com. The domain is added to Cloudflare, but the servers in the pool are only IPs. I don’t need SSL between Cloudflare and the origin servers, but I do need it between Cloudflare and my users.
Now I want to add
domainC.com, etc, for my customers as new zones in our account or using the SSL for SaaS service. Could these also use the same load balancer with the configured pool?
Let’s say all this is working. Now my VPS are receiving the requests from the load balancer. How would I know which was the original request that was made? Does Cloudflare include the original URL into a header or can this be configured in some way?
Eg: User requests
domainB.com/hello.html it goes to the load balancer which requests to
22.214.171.124/hello.html. How would I know in my server it’s