I’m trying to figure out how to use HA-Proxy behind Cloudflare using SRV-Record (Minecraft-Server) and HA-Proxy to forward the IP/Port given by SRV-Record hint to internal IP (VM System). This is the first time I try to figure out how SRV-Record/Resolver works.
Does a resolver make sense in HA-Proxy using “server-template” to make HA-Proxy try to resolve the IP/Port configuration in this case (mode TCP) or is this useful for HTTP(s) Balancing only?
Will the SRV record need to point to HA-Proxy IP (given by Target & Port) or to the internal IP-Adress that HA-Proxy should resolve to internally to forward it into the private VM-Network? If so, will the native A-Record point to HA-Proxy then?
_minecraft.node01.foobar.com <-- SRV Record pointing to target 172.16.2.100, port 25565
node01.foobar.com <-- HA-Proxy IP
or will I have to create a normal frontend for each VM-Node and TCP-Port the usual way to forward each port to internal VM-IP/Port and use SRV only as hint for the TCP-Port to be used by Minecraft Game-Clients?