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What Type of IPs for Proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by xinoanet, Apr 27, 2011.

  1. xinoanet

    xinoanet Regular Member

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    I am a total noob when it comes to this stuff, but I wanted to set up my own proxies, and I was wondering if IPv6 IPs would work? I am just looking to use them for scrapebox.
     
  2. Usman Nasir

    Usman Nasir Registered Member

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    I also have a question regarding this, that how can we trace an proxy IP?
     
  3. paullopez

    paullopez Junior Member

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    I don't understand why you want to set up your own proxies. Anyway, you can search for free proxy servers address over net, and use that in your network settings, or browser settings, Mozilla comes with a Proxy add on named proxifyMyFox :)

     
  4. xinoanet

    xinoanet Regular Member

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    It is a lot cheaper to set up your own proxies. I am still looking for an answer
     
  5. paullopez

    paullopez Junior Member

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    I don't have sufficient privileges to post link here so I can only say search on Google with this keyword "ip traceroute map tools". You will get what you looking for.
     
  6. Henry04

    Henry04 BANNED BANNED

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    Hello,

    most of the proxy sites are very unrentable, I think its not a good deal.
     
  7. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    Does anyone have any more information about using ipv6 for proxies?
     
  8. paullopez

    paullopez Junior Member

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    I think you should consider a socks proxy, which will allows you to access the ipv6 network with an ipv4.
     
  9. Bostoncab

    Bostoncab Elite Member

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    Thats not what I meant really.. I meant if I had a dedicated server and a block of ipv6 ips could I use those as proxies?
     
  10. ultrabizweb

    ultrabizweb Newbie

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    You could use IPV6 addresses however, you would only probably be able to post to IPV6 sites. No IPv4 sites? I am pretty sure on that one as IPv6 is still not as implemented as IPv4 by any means. I am trying to learn as much as I can about IPv6, as it is quite a bit different from IPv4. They really didn't cover IPv6 in my CCNA class when I took it 2 years ago. I know you can setup a tunnel broker like HE but it will require you to get your own router CISCO, Juniper, etc, etc, I am going to try Vyatta personally. I have been using it now in VM with very good results on my IPv4 network, haven't made the change to IPv6 yet though. tunnel broker would tunnel your IPv6 addresses through the IPv4 address somehow. When IPv6 is widely implemented it will be a scrapebox marketers dream it will be very hard to block if not impossible to block all those ips lol.
     
  11. Jrim_Software

    Jrim_Software Power Member

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    The real issue is whether or not the software you are planning to proxy with will support IPv6. I'm not sure if Scrapebox supports them; that is a question to direct to the developers :)
     
  12. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    I own a paid proxy site and I can't tell you that you can't use IPv6 for the next 2-3 years at least
     
  13. fly_bo1

    fly_bo1 Newbie

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    You can buy proxies for pennies on the dollar.