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Is there a special proxy setting?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by gogoplata, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. gogoplata

    gogoplata Newbie

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    Here's the deal. I bought 10 private proxies only sold to me.

    I post in the for sale section (no PVA needed).

    I used my regular home IP to post about 7 ads in a row and then got soft blocked.

    So I switched my IP to one of the private proxies I bought, but it was still soft blocked even though whatismyip.com told me my IP had changed.

    My question is this: is there some sort of different setting internally on my hardware or in another software I need to change for craigslist to see the new proxy.

    It seems as though even if I change my proxy, craigslist still treats all the different IPs as 1 IP. I can even reboot my DSL modem and get a fresh IP each time and still have the same problem.

    I drove to my friends house to test out the private proxies I bought, and it worked on his connection (no softblock)...but back at my home, they are softblocked, so it HAS to be that there is a setting in another program, system preference or SOMETHING I'm missing, if anyone has any help I would be very appreciative.

    I use a Mac but tested the proxies in Windows with Firefox as well, even using CCleaner to clear everything. But...still softblocked.

    Hope to get some response, thanks!
     
  2. TermsB

    TermsB Senior Member

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    I'd look into Mac Address Spoofing.
     
  3. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    That's really strange gogo.
    Until recently craigslist did refresh their block checks every page call.

    But anyway: try remove your cookies, then test again