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Rotating Proxies and Lists

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by cesarcesar, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. cesarcesar

    cesarcesar Newbie

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    I need to set up a rotating proxy for an application i am building. I have a cURL script that reads a page, but i need to seem like its not being called from the same IP address each time. I would like to have a list of proxies that i can rotate between each call i make.

    I have looked at Glype and PHPproxy but both i cannot get to work correctly. Does anybody have any suggestions, script examples or good info web pages they can provide. I would be interested in using Glype or PHPproxy if someone can point me in a good direction to use them correctly. Otherwise anything else would be perfect as well.

    Thanks much.
     
  2. Megalomaniac Midget

    Megalomaniac Midget Power Member Premium Member

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    seo-proxies have a api you can hook into for rotation automation
     
  3. cesarcesar

    cesarcesar Newbie

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    i just ordered an account. I plan to see if it will work for my needs.
     
  4. cesarcesar

    cesarcesar Newbie

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    I got a seo-proxies account. Unfortunately its not going to fit my needs since i need to change my proxy address at least once daily, preferably hourly. I have looked into lists from [Proxygo] but im not sure how to apply the proxy in PHP fully *without* using cURL. Any suggestions?
     
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    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    Why are you afraid of cURL? Your script is already using it, innit?
     
  6. cesarcesar

    cesarcesar Newbie

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    yes it is but i also have another script not using it. i have a solution in the works and when its done i will be posting it.