Hello, how can i setup a Reverse Proxy to safe my droplet against ddos attacks?

For example the teamspeak server veltro.de use a server from ovh to protect the main server as well, so i you join veltro.de you get the ip of the ovh server.

I just can find reverse Proxy Setups for Apache

i use Debian 8.1, and i’m on cloudflare with my Domain “Join-FPS.DE” which redirects to my TS3 Server.

btw. i’m new at digitalocean, i love it! :)

i hope someone can help me, thanks

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by Jesin A
This tutorial will show you how to configure Nginx as both a web server and as a reverse proxy for Apache – all on one Droplet. Depending on the web application, code changes might be required to keep Apache reverse-proxy-aware, especially when SSL sites are configured. To ensure this, we will install an Apache module named **mod_rpaf** which rewrites certain environment variables so it appears that Apache is directly handling requests from web clients.
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