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Do IPs work like proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by loveghost003, Jan 3, 2015.

  1. loveghost003

    loveghost003 Regular Member

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    Hi
    I bought VPS from to use it in YouTube uploading videos.
    The software I use requires virgin private proxies. I try to buy virgin proxies from outside providers but no one can deliver me virgin ones. I read on the internet if I have VPS I can ask my provider to buy virgin IPs and use them as proxies on my software. I don't need much proxies, only 2, and I don't use them on spam works, I just need them to sign up account on Google and YouTube. I don't know much about the process, so:

    1- Do IPs are proxies? which I can use them on any software that demands proxies?
    2- Will the IPs be like proxies? in this format (Proxy:port:Username:password)?
    3- Can VPS provider deliver virgin IPs that no one used them before?
    4- Do they have username and password like private proxies?]

    Thank You
     
  2. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    1. No. A proxy is a software that uses IPs for routing traffic in a specific way.
    2. No. You need to set up a proxy software on the VPS to use those IPs first
    3. Unless he's in the proxy business, he doesn't track things like that.
    4. See 1 and 2.
     
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  3. loveghost003

    loveghost003 Regular Member

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    Thank You Dude, I Appreciate Your Response :)
     
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  4. sirmark

    sirmark Newbie

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    Thank you for your answer!