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How The F*$% Do I Set Up My Own Private Proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by jstover77, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. jstover77

    jstover77 Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So I am spending an arm and leg on proxies every month, but so far it has been the best solution for me to post on CL (can't get DSL at my house).

    That being said, is there anyone on here that can explain how the hell I can get my own private proxy set up??
     
  2. robertodelgato

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    You might try this, using multiple IPs. It's going to expensive (the IPs), but sounds like you're already parting with the $$$.

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    http://www.howtoforge.com/linux_secure_browsing_squid
    If you don't HAVE to have private proxies (if you get banned on CL, you have to start all over) I've had some good success with hidemyip.com using their 'premium' proxies (about $30/quarter).

    Hidemyip used to suck until recently, then they pulled out of their slump and things got back to speed. You can choose from different countries, and/or different cities/regions in the US - which is handy for CL and Google geolocating.

     
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    How much are you paying for proxies//how many are you getting?
     
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    Make sure you read the AuP of your provider, many do not allow proxies.