Login-password authorization is set for ports 9000-9999 (1000 ports in total). It is usually being used for manual, quick integration and includes the following parameters:

  • Login indicates the package you’re referring to.

  • Password indicates the proxy’s geo parameters, such as connection type, country, region, city, and provider. These parameters are separated with “;”. However, you can choose to separate them with “_” after your proxy list has been exported.

  • Domain/IP is the domain name or IP address of one of our proxy servers. You will find different server options whenever you refresh the dashboard page or generate a new proxy list. This allows us to distribute workloads across our server network equally.

  • Ports: 9000, 9001 … 9999 (depends on the number of ports available for your package).

Here’s a template of a proxy list generation request: {login}:{pass}@{ip}:{port} or {login}:{pass}@{domain}:{port}.

Although the number of ports is limited by ports included in your package, you can export a proxy list for several different countries at a time.

Example: exporting a proxy list for Afghanistan and Algeria, 5 ports assigned for each country using a standard {login}:{pass}@{ip}:{port} template:

As a result, you’ll get a proxy list that looks like this:

Login-password authorization allows you to use any number of packages with the same whitelisted IP address tied to them.

Important: We do not recommend using additional filters in the IP address tab when authorized with login and password. In this case, your geotargeting settings will be applied to the selected ports.

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