CloudFlare has announced that they are now supporting more ports which should help users with their websites running on CPanel and Plesk based servers.
They have added support for following ports:
They already support 80 and 443 which are generally used by HTTP and HTTPS traffic.
We’re always looking for ways to make CloudFlare easier. A few weeks ago we began supporting other standard ports used by web control panels.
This covers most the web major control panels. While we will now proxy traffic through these ports, we won’t cache static content or perform any performance or app transformations on requests/responses that flow through them. If you don’t use these, we’ll also soon provide a method to easily shut down these ports at the CloudFlare level.