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Proxy pool that switches when I decide rather than on auto rotation? Vpn with changing ip?

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  1. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    I am currently burning through many private proxies, and need to find better system. Current workflow is simple:

    1) Create account on fresh proxy and login
    2) Perfom tasks on that site
    3) logout
    4) switch proxies / repeat

    Since I want a bunch of proxies and don't want each for very long (under 1 hour), it would seem that I'd be better off with one of the reverse proxy pools that keep switching. Problem is, if I understand correctly, that it may switch randomly, and the site I am on will be able to see that my accounts keep switching proxies in mid-task which would appear to me to seem quite fishy, no?

    So, really, what I need is either a way to sense the switches and roll with them, or... even better... a large pool that switches whenever I send some kind of signal so that I am in control of when it switches.

    That way, I can have one consistent session per proxy, switch, and start over without issues.

    Does such a service exist? Is there a way to approximate such a thing if it doesn't? Currently burning through hundreds of private proxies, and even that isn't enough, so there must be better way. Some sort of vpn with changing ip's?
     
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    Repulsor Power Member

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    Are you looking for a solution for Linux or Windows? If its for something linux based, there are some pretty good ways to get it done.

    Or if its for windows, you can use some VPNs like Proxyrental, which has on demand ip rotation. Its cheap as well. I use it for some of my clients. Its not that hard to setup though.

    Let me know more about this if its something that you can share.
     
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  3. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Absolutely. Thx a ton for response.

    I currently have 10 windows vps, but looking to scale up considerably. In the process of doing so, have been looking at switching to linux as I could be doing it much cheaper. Windows system overhead is killing me. I've set up one ubuntu server, but haven't gotten the process working yet (involves one instance of FF, one of Chrome, and one app running per server). Ultimately, I need to be running some kind of android and iphone emulators to emulate mobile users, and running something more like centralized imacros enterprise vs the current browser extensions per instance... but one learning curve at a time. Just now taking a look at ubuntu with gui for first time, and still have some basics to iron out.

    I am, among other things, streaming from the site in question, and it tends to just stop working if the connection slows down too much. This is the main reason I've stuck with the fast private proxies as long as I have. I burn through them much quicker than the 1 month switch, but at least I know they won't switch midstream, and they are very reliable in terms of streaming without error messages due to timeouts, etc. Actually half of the automation issues I've encountered have to do with connection issues, which is why I've gone through 5 proxy providers to find current one.

    I've even gone as far as making sure they are on 1Gb/s connections AND located in same country as vps point of origin. For this reason, I have vps spread throughout the world.

    Looking into proxyrental at the moment. Confusing home page that seems to be more of an affiliate system for running ads, and does not give any pricing info whatsoever... and appears from description in video I watched to just be scraping public proxies, no?

    Also looking into some other options here. Would a vpn with dynamic ip's be enough (so I just close session each time, start new one with new connection/ip) Though... I guess this would route entire vps (chrome + ff +...) through same ip, right?

    Real linux novice here, but looking for the right long term fix here, not just what's convenient and looking to possibly move to linux anyway, so there's a better option to be had there, I'm all ears.

    ---just edited to add: Apparently, after some reading, it's "per session" IP switching that I want. Open to any dynamic vpn or other type solutions as well... so long as I don't get streaming issues due to slow connection.
     
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