I am routing my web via Cloudflare and when I restart server there is like 2-3 minutes downtime. During this time all the user’s clients are trying to reconnect and are doing lot of ajax requests. The problem is, Cloudflare detects them as HTTP DDOS attack and tries to challenge them with Captcha. But this does not work, those ajax request are not html web, so people can’t see the Captcha. They are denied to use my server and they have to wait for up to 60 minutes till Cloudflare detects there is no DDOS and stops blocking them. How to prevent this? I tried to set “Under Attack Mode” to On and off, but it didn’t help. Is there a way how to manually force cloudflare to prevent checking my traffic for DDOS? Or can I somehow solve this with firewall rules? And why does this started to happen last 2 weeks? I am using Cloudflare for years and this was never problem before. Is there any way how to do it? Disabling temporarily routing via Cloudflare is not a solution for me. I can’t afford to reveal real IP of my server to the attackers.