I have devised a plan for sustainable self-hosting. I would like to know if this plan would work. I am currently creating a server network with many game modes but, I knew this would be too expensive to have a company host it for me, it would cost at least $200. I've decided to self-host so, I went on Ebay and found a used server that has 12-cores and 64GB of ram that is cheaper than paying another host. Another problem was I wanted DDos protection as well as having a website. My original plan was to have the proxy hosted on a VPS, preventing my IP from being known, to the self-hosted server. This would cost around $40/year without a website. So, I went researching and found a better plan. I am deciding on using X4B as a proxy, and self-host the website as well. This would offer both protection, and maximum security because I can set the servers and the database to localhost. I would port-forward 25565 traffic to my bungee server, and the other web-ports to the webserver. Would this work well? What subscription with X4B would I need that wouldn't run out of bandwidth?