This is a guide on how you can authorize your rotating proxies. For residential (rotating) proxies, please use this guide.
What are rotating proxies?
Our rotating proxies are proxies that switch it's public IP address within an interval of 10 minutes between the switch. Once you have successfully purchased the rotating proxy package, you will be given a single IP address with different port numbers like the following:
The proxy IP has different port numbers and will show a different public IP address. When you load the proxy onto Firefox for testing, and when you browse to whatismyipaddress.com, you will not see 22.214.171.124 as your public IP, but rather something like this 126.96.36.199
Rotating Proxies Authorization
- Get your PC/Device's IP - To do this, open your web browser, and click this LINK
- Login to your IPv4 Proxy Dashboard
- Select 'Via IP', 'HTTP' in the Authorization Type section of your dashboard
- Enter your device IP in the Authorized IPs and then click 'Add IP'. Once your device IP is authorized, you can head to your software to configure your proxies.
- In this example, we will be using Firefox. It is important that you put in the correct information when configuring your proxies. As mentioned in the earlier part of the article, you will be given a single IP which should be used together with the unique port:
Note: Rotating proxies do not support SOCKS and can only be authorized via IP. If you need proxies that can be authorized via username and password, consider our dedicated, semi-dedicated or ISP proxies.