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I use cloudflare for my website and we have a gameserver I was wondering if it is possible to route traffic through cloudflare.

This recently sprung into my head when I realized that I could route Shoutcast through another of cloudflares port (8080) which does not do any performance enhancing or anything it just acts as a reverse proxy and stops DDoS.

I then tried by setting up a subdomain with my gameserver IP cloudflared and then pinged the IP and Port. It seems to have connections but when actually connecting via the game it doesnt.

Any ideas?

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Do you actually get DDoS attacks on your server? – ZippyV Sep 2 '12 at 11:47

Cloudflare mitigates DDoS attacks by performing distributed caching.

One does not simply cache a gameserver.

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