I’m trying to determine if it’s possible to use Cloudflare’s DDOS services with a DNS zone hosted in AWS Route 53?
We currently have a DNS Zone and website protected by Cloudflare’s DDOS services (still trying to get details on exactly what services). The website is going through a bit of a re-branding and will become a subdomain of an existing DNS zone hosted in AWS Route 53. My question is this… I ‘believe’ that the DDOS feature that is providing the DDOS protection is the proxy service that sits in front of the webserver which ‘hides’ the actual webserver IP address from the world.
My main question is this, is it possible for a zone hosted in AWS Route 53 to point to the Cloudflare proxy servers and still benefit from the DDOS protection?