Check if proxy server is online & turn proxy into IP
Enter the proxy sent to you below
How to find your Proxy List
Follow the steps below to obtain your Master Proxy
- Find your order here
- Click on your order number
- In the order updates area, there will contain your proxy list
- The proxy list should all be the same, this is normal you have been given a specific amount of threads to use.
- Do not give this proxy list to anyone
How to use your Residential Proxy List
Import your proxy list into your software, if your software does not take the url proxy please use the tool above and enter a proxy to get the ip address.
How do I import into a web browser?
My proxies time out and don't work
Proxies are activated 10 minutes before any release. Wait until this time to test.
Here are some drops happening soon. Check your invoice for which exact time and drop you purchased for
Proxies will only work for the drop you selected.
Upcoming Activation Times
Release proxies will not work until the following times.
Change the location & IP type of your proxies instantly
The port of the proxy is the second part of the proxy. In the example below, the port is after the first colon
The port is 13127
To change your proxy to the United Kingdom, the port for UK is 13128 as noted on the chart below.
We will change the proxy port from our example above from 13127 to 13128 to connect to UK proxy server.
Before we change the proxy it looks like this:
Your UK proxy should now look like this
You can run multiple proxies with different ports if you would like to at the same time.
For example, let’s say you would want to run proxies from all over the world at the same time.
Each proxy will route to a different location.
Locations are located below.
Proxy setup examples
Proxy Format Information
Most software allows you to paste a full proxy into the proxy settings. If your software does not here the the breakdown for the proxy settings.
This is the IP address or Domain
This is the Port number 13128
This is the username
This is the password
This is a separator