Premium Rotating Backconnect Proxies
What is a backconnect proxy?
A backconnect proxy routes your connection to a random IP address in the proxy pool. Our backconnect proxy rotates to a new IP address for each connection or lets you use unlimited sticky IP sessions for up to 10 minutes for each IP. The backconnect node lets you easily automate tasks and make many connections in a short amount of time. Our backconnect proxies are also available with location-targeting for IP addresses in a certain country or city.
What are the advantages of a backconnect proxy?
When do you need a backconnect proxy?
You should use backconnect proxies whenever you need to make many connection requests. To avoid getting blocked, you must use a lot of IPs. A backconnect proxy let you use the whole IP pool through a single address, which means you do not need a separate proxy list.
Unblock sites with backconnect proxies.
Most sites will block you if you try to access them too many times. This means that your script will only work properly if you use many IPs.
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Backconnect proxies with location targeting
A location-targeted backconnect proxy server parameter lets you access IPs only from a certain location, country or city. Use a location targeting backconnect proxy to scrape local data. For example, if you want to scrape Amazon’s prices in the US, use a US backconnect proxy.
How do backconnect proxies work?
A backconnect proxy is the address of a proxy server you connect to. It assigns a new IP address for each connection request or a Sticky IP for up to 10 minutes with a session ID parameter. A backconnect proxy lets you access the whole IP pool without using a list of IP addresses. The backconnect proxy protects you from getting blocked when you send many connection requests.
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Frequently asked questions about backconnect proxies
What is a backconnect proxy?
A backconnect proxy is a single node that lets you set up your own session IP parameter in a proxy server. What this means is that a backconnect proxy allows you to connect to the proxy network countless times and use unlimited rotating or even sticky IP sessions. In essence, a backconnect node greatly expands the average capability of ip:port type proxies.
Are backconnect proxies more expensive?
No. Backconnect proxies simply have a different proxy server configuration that allows its users to have more flexibility. While some proxy providers might charge extra for backconnect proxies, we allow every one of our users to access backconnect nodes to provide the best proxy service.
How much does a backconnect proxy network cost?
You can start using our backconnect proxy network for as little as $75 a month. Our pricing plans are based on traffic usage, and enterprise-level plans go as low as $3/GB of data.
Can I use these proxies on my software?
Yes, our proxy network is fully compatible with the vast majority of software that supports HTTP/HTTPs proxies. Backonnect proxies work exceptionally well with data scraping scripts, various bots and other software.
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You can use an unlimited number of connections, threads, and countries at once as our pricing model is based on bandwidth usage.The cheapest residential proxy plan starts at $75 for 5GB per month. Enterprise residential proxies cost $3 per GB.
All our plans are based on recurring monthly payments
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