What happens if the request is non-http?


#1

I am familiar with Cloudflare providing DDoS protection for HTTP and HTTPS.

What happens if I have sub.domain.com protected by Cloudflare and some requests are, for example; stratum+tcp://sub.domain.com:3747 ?

Will those requests work as expected?

Is there DDoS protection?


#2

As mentioned in the thread you replied to earlier, that wont work. Cloudflare only supports HTTP


#3

Of course, that is why we bypass FTP. It didn’t occur to me.


#4

Yes and no :slight_smile:

IIRC it’s limited to Enterprise customers atm.


#5

I shall stand corrected then :wink:


#6

And apparently they do plan to extend it to other plans.

Though, if it will ever reach the free plan :man_shrugging: but then … HTTP has overthrown everything anyhow.
Next: HTTP replaces IP :wink:


#7

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