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Want to multiple proxies on same computer.

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by devgtx460, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. devgtx460

    devgtx460 Newbie

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    Hi Guys,

    I am looking for some help into how to use multiple proxies no one computer.
    I am pretty tech-savvy person however i am not able to find a piece of software that will achieve my goal.

    This is what i want to do.
    1. I have one solid computer with 16GB ram, i5-3570k setup.
    2.Now i want to run 10 instances of a game. This mean that on my hard disk i have made 10 folders of the this game by copying the original folder. I have rename each folder differently so that now have 10 different folder but containing same game. Each of these folder has game.exe that is that use to launch game.
    3.Now i can click on each of these game.exe and hence run 10 copies of the same game, hence 10 windows of the same game. This game ( world of Warcraft ) requires username and password for its members to play the game.
    4. What i want is that each of these instances should be running through different proxies. 10 instances all running on 10 different proxies.
    5. I am unable to make use of software like proxycap, proxifier etc. Why ? because all of them seem to direct the traffic through one proxy only even if try to add it in settings. I mean once i start the first instance of game the software will assign it the designated proxy, now i am running the game with proxy i defined. I move to open second instance of game and expect it to use a different proxy, but all these software run the subsequent instances with same proxy and hence all instances of game are mapped to one proxy.

    This is the challenge i am facing. I know i can probably achieve this running vm ware but that is going to resource consuming. Computer can handle 10 games, but not 10 vmware and each vnware running game.

    Is there a way where i could achieve my goal using some software ?

    Remember i am running 10 instances for example at the same computer.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Regards.
     
  2. kingrat

    kingrat Registered Member

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    yes there is a way to do this but you need an old copy of proxyfirewall and have XP as the operating system.
    uniqueinternetservices.com does not seem to be in business any longer.
    they were an awful company anyway but there program "proxyfirewall" was the best.
    there is also a way to do this with "widecap" and use any modern windows OS
    but with widecap i think you would have to have multiple concurrent user accounts
     
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  3. NIXMY

    NIXMY Regular Member Premium Member

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    I assume you're looking to bot this game? If you've enough RAM, get wmware workstation and fully set it up with game/proxifier etc. Then just clone the VPS for other instances. That's a lot of work though but I could not come up with any other idea.
     
  4. devgtx460

    devgtx460 Newbie

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    so that is then, i guess i will have to learn with vmware, too bad i could have run many games without vmware but now with vm ware my options are going to be limited.
     
  5. julia adam

    julia adam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You are looking for a bot from the look but have you tried for VPNs, i guess they also pretty much do the same thing.