Using Dedicated Datacenter Proxies
What is Proxy Rotator and how does it work?
If you want your Dedicated Datacenter Proxies to be rotated automatically, you can use our Proxy Rotator that does all the work. You get one entry node, which is used as a static address in order to get a proxy from the list, and all the magic happens on our side.
It is possible to control the session and keep the same IP on HTTP and HTTPS queries using cookies or a special proxy header.
How does our Proxy Rotator work?
A client gets one entry node (with the necessary amount of static proxies inside) which is used as a static address in order to get a proxy from the list. A client can then choose the settings, including session control, header manipulation options, and more.
The rotator works by random IPs method, meaning it rotates an IP on each request.
With Proxy Rotator it is possible to keep the same IP address instead of receiving a random one. You first need to know how many proxies your VM has. Then simply add --proxy-header "Proxy-Server: sXXX", where sXXX is the number of proxy, for example s5 or s2541.