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Question About Proxies for Managing Facebook Accounts - I Need Your Help

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Forvin, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. Forvin

    Forvin Newbie

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    Hello BHW!

    I have a question about private proxies that I want to use for FB Accounts that I'll use for ads,

    Problem with most proxy companies is that they refresh IPs every 30 days and I want to access to an account using only one IP during at least 60 days.

    Anyway, I found a company that doesn't change proxies and doesn't let the users access FB by default. So, most probably the IPs they'll provide aren't in the black list of FB and I'll be able to use them as much as

    Now the problem is, when I choose cheaper plan which is 30 proxies for $60 proxies will be only from 2 C classes.
    It will be like: xx.xx.xxy....
    and xx.xx.xxz....

    Now my concern is, does the same C class may look suspicious for FB?

    To be honest, I don't understand what does C class mean, whether it is different city, different country etc.
    But I think of the same C class IPs as if they are from the same house or small town :)

    Further details:
    I'll use 1 IP for 1 account,
    I won't send Mass requests, mass PMs, mass etc.

    I appreciate your help guys,
     
  2. a63i89a

    a63i89a BANNED BANNED

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    Need more details to help you... If needed for your Personal use, C-Class not suitable for you. You need VPN there... If for your application, go ahead with C-Class IP... :')
     
  3. Forvin

    Forvin Newbie

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    I will manage 30 FB accounts, each with one proxy. I'll login to each ever 3-4 days and do something like adding image, crating page etc. to make them look active.

    which details are missing?
     
  4. surch_daddy

    surch_daddy Registered Member

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    class C mean all IPs from same /24 subnet. so this mean they could give IPs like this:

    93.190.136.8
    93.190.136.23
    93.190.136.102
    ..

    And then this:

    93.190.121.35
    93.190.121.205
    93.190.121.101
    ..
    so it could be third number always different and fourth number is whatever. Does not mean same house but IPs come from probably same ISP so can be suspicouis for FB. i think it would be okay for what you will do but if FB see something strange they will likely see this pattern from only two class Cs. I would ask provider if class Cs have first two IP numbers totally different like this:

    93.190.136.8
    93.190.136.23
    93.190.136.102

    and then this:

    202.3.224.16
    202.3.224.99
    202.3.224.115

    At least these look different enough.
     
  5. imupnow

    imupnow Regular Member

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    So What Are C-Class Proxies Good For? ...Bots? And Whats a Good Proxy Bandwidth To Get For Posting Comments And Etc When Using Them With A Bot Because I have Shared Private Proxies With 2gb Bandwidth and 10 different C Classes. and when i Use The Proxies with my bot it takes more then a day to post 35 comments to a website