Need an IG Guru Opinion about IPv6 Proxies

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  1. alaadinou

    alaadinou Registered Member

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    I am thinking of buying bandwidth of IPv6 Proxies to create as many accounts as i want :

    I need my accounts to work for only 2-3 days then i am OK with them getting banned, actually i don't need them for much longer.

    Is it a good idea to use this type of proxies for this purpose ? will my account survive at least 2 days using those proxies ?
     
  2. MedKing

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    I would not consider myself a guru, but I use IPv6 proxies with my accounts and have not seen much difference. Maybe a small increase in verifications. I would say if you put effort into creating the accounts they should last atleast that long.
     
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    On ipv6 proxies i am 99% sure you cant make new IG accounts.
     
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    It's not true, everything depends on proxy and subnet quality. A good ipv6 subnet is equally good as an ipv4 .
     
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    If you are not really into IG and the subnets of proxies, you will not succeed. Even with ipv4 proxies it's hard to make a lot of accounts like he wants.

    If you know your way around, can find not flags subnets, you can make some accounts yes.

    But when you have to ask this question, i am sure you cant find them and make proxies.
     
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    I'm not sure you whether are referring 'him' as you or 'me' as you in the above statement. I'll reply as him it was the former, yes it's true if that's the case - if he is asking the question that means it's going to be tough for him. @alaadinou you should use mobile data or residential rotating proxies to make the accounts if you are unfamiliar with subnets etc.

    @dma0245 i was referring to your general statement
    It is misleading for new users , you should've phrased it better.
     
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    This is what i ment:)

    Your right!

    Thanks,

    Danny
     
  8. Donbuffy

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    I've been using IPv6 proxies for some months on my accounts and no much difference, still dunno why we're being told not to use them
     
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    Because if you don't know their origin like you and 100 other users using the same /48 for 1000s of accounts , then the ship is doomed for a failure .
     
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    True, get a good supplier I suppose.
     
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    learn how to make your own proxies (its not hard)
     
  12. alaadinou

    alaadinou Registered Member

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    How much does it cost to make my own proxies ?
     
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    How do you mean mate?
     
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    Where'd you buy its?
     
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    Just the server costs , you can get /64 for as low as $2.5 per month . Don't pm me regarding suppliers.

    I rent servers etc and make my own proxies using 3proxy
     
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    I’m aware, just easier to buy them you the hundreds than make them.
     
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    Interesting. So you get a cheap server then add many ip addresses to it? How much does that typically work out per proxy?
     
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    But I’ve been using it for a few months and no issues, though the accounts are aged and the proxy was used in creating the accounts

    Bought them with the accounts, you can check valar or fox accounts :)
     
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    I'm sure you must be facing follow or like blocks. Still it's advisable to move your operations to more safe proxies.

    Depends - $1 per ipv4 proxy is good