Monthly Rotation Proxies

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  1. asynchrny

    asynchrny Junior Member

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    I've started an Instagram journey just to experiment some stuff, and I got some dedicated proxies that get changed every month.

    Some of the accounts were unable to login on Followliker after changing proxies this month, so I tried logging in to them manually.
    I was able to login, but as soon as I made an action (follow/like/comment) I was logged out and prompted with the message that the password was incorrect.

    Has this happened to anyone before? Is it because of the different IPs every month? Should I try to minimize the IP changes on each account?
     
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    tompots Elite Member Premium Member

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    Not sure about the FL stuff, but you should get non changing Dedicated Private Proxies.
     
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    If you use different proxies of different region then its really obvious that you are using proxy. So as Tompots said, its better to get a dedicated proxy.
     
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    Big no, no for changing proxies. Stick to one. Only change when ip is flagged.
     
  5. asynchrny

    asynchrny Junior Member

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    Now after thinking about it from outside of the box, it makes perfect sense :)
    I wasn't even sure if the non-changing proxies were a thing, since mine got rotated by default, but I just changed mine to non-changing

    Anyway, thanks for the helpful answers!