So if you make a site does that link to your IP or a server cloudfare owns?
If you have Proxied () records, my browser would first connect to Cloudflare, and then Cloudflare would be connecting to your web server:
Without Cloudflare, or with DNS-only / Unproxied () records: Visitor ↔ Web server
With Proxied () records: Visitor ↔ Cloudflare ↔ Web server
Both options are available with Cloudflare, and what happens, according to your question, depends on your own choice there.
If you do make your set up with Proxied () records, it would be Cloudflare’s IPv6 and IPv4 addresses that the public Internet would be seeing.
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