Private Proxy Replacement?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by digimondigitalmonste, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. digimondigitalmonste

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    I bought 20 private proxies with a company, but every 2 weeks they stop working and I have to replace them all. Is this normal? Do private proxies usually "burn out" after a period of time?
     
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    No. Once, or maybe even twice you could write off to technical errors/problems. Every 2 weeks for dedicated proxies to just die and have to be replace isn't normal under any circumstance. I have a subscription of 2500 proxies right now with a place and I've had the exact same IPs for over 4 months now. I've not had to swap a single one, and they're not even private/dedicated, so honestly you might want to consider another provider. Sounds like a pain in the ass.
     
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    they stop working because they got blocked by the websites where are you using them ? or they just die ? If they die then you will have to change your provider