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Non-PVA:Proxy:Thread Ratio (**********)

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by GreenHustler, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. GreenHustler

    GreenHustler Junior Member

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    Alright, I'm just starting up using Non-PVA accounts and I thought I'd come to you guys for some wisdom!

    I'm currently testing with 5 accounts and one proxy. When I use one thread, everything is fine and I managed to get 100 friends to add me in total. When using more than one thread, I get login errors.

    I thought that using around 5 accounts per IP is an acceptable number? Or does this only apply when using 1 thread?
     
  2. Tropics

    Tropics Registered Member

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    I'm not sure exactly how much experience you have and being that I dont have a whole lot myself, I'm going to start at the very beginning.

    Your threads should = your proxies. You can run up to 5 accounts per IP.

    If you try to run multiple threads per proxy it is like trying to log into your personal facebook and your wife's facebook at the exact same time on the exact same computer with the exact same IP. This is likely why you are getting a login error.

    If you had a second proxy, you could run a second thread. Then you could log into multiple accounts with DIFFERENT IPs, without a login error.

    Word of the wise says if you get another proxy, get 5 more accounts for a total of 2 proxies and 10 accounts. Try VERY hard to not mix accounts and IPs, facebook doesn't like that.

    ********** allows you to load accounts to specific proxies. Check out the manual for exact details. It is preferred that you load your accounts from a .txt file with the IP assigned to a specific account instead of using the method in the Options window.
     
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  3. NickThng

    NickThng Junior Member

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    hmm its acceptable...well explained tropics :) 5 accounts per ip is the max you should ever go...but as for friend requests do dont exceed about 50 per day to be safe...facebook is like some watchdog now...
     
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  4. GreenHustler

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    Cheers for the detailed reply!

    I'm reasonably experienced with **********, but only using PVAs and one proxy per IP. I thought that the threads per IP address wouldn't be an issue due to the fact that several accounts being linked to an individual IP legitmately? For example, I'm on my Facebook account right now and so is my brother, so we both have the same external IP. And I assumed it wouldn't be flagged as exactly the same computer because ********** changes the user agent.
     
  5. Tropics

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    True, I'm not 100% how it works but it would be similar to having two windows of facebook open and attempting to log on at the EXACT same time... I promise you if your threads are > your proxies, this is why you are getting an error.
     
  6. moncheri

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    One proxy per IP...do you mean one account per IP (proxy) ?