IP authorization is set for ports 10000 and further. It is usually being used for automatic connection to multiple ports (IPs) and requires the following parameters:

  • Domain/IP - a domain name or IP address of our proxy server. We recommend using the domain address over direct server IP since it helps us distribute your requests to proxies evenly among our servers.

  • Port - 10000, 10001, etc. (depends on the number of ports included in your package).

Together with an IP whitelist, IP authorization allows us to identify the package you’re going to use.

Important: If you whitelist your IP with several different packages and set IP authorization as the default authorization type, we will not be able to identify the right package. As a result, you’re going to receive connection failures. With that, if you’re planning to use IP authorization, we recommend whitelisting your IP with just one package.

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

You can apply geo-targeting using filters. When creating a new filter, you can specify connection type, country, additional targeting parameters, such as region, city, and provider, as well the number of ports. Note that you cannot remove the All Geo filter, which automatically picks up every free port available at the moment.

Example: creating filters and exporting a proxy list using one of these filters and a standard {login}:{pass}@{ip}:{port} template:

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


And if we choose Algeria, exported ports would be 10000-10009.

Note that only those ports tied to your target country have been exported.

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