How to Set up a Residential Proxy in the Firefox Browser
Learn how to set up a proxy in your Firefox browser with these step by step instructions.
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Firefox proxy settings:
1. Open Firefox on your computer
2. Click on the ☰ icon > Options (or Preferences on a Mac OS X)
3. Click the General tab
4.Scroll down to the Network Proxy section and click Settings
5. Check the Manual proxy configuration box
6. Type your address (e.g.: us.smartproxy.com) and port (e.g.: 10101) under HTTP
7. Check the Use this proxy for all protocols checkbox
8. Click OK
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