In my Cloudflare console I can turn ‘proxied’ property on (in the console this is a red cloud with gray arrow crossing it or look at https://api.cloudflare.com/#dns-records-for-a-zone-update-dns-record for ‘proxied’ property) and off (gray cloud with arrow bypassing the cloud). What is the difference between these two settings:
- If ‘proxied’ is turned on does that mean that Cloudflare will proxy my HTTP requests (for an html page or an image for example)?
- If ‘proxied’ is turned on does that mean that all of my TCP connections’ data transfer will go through Cloudflare? And what will happen if it is turned off?