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The term ‘proxy’ refers to an IP address which is the personal addresses of every device connected to the internet. These addresses include information about the type of device being used, location of the device and carrier of the user.
Proxies are a connection to a server that sends your requests through alternate IP addresses and then to the target site.
A proxy is used when a person or company requires a different IP type such as residential, mobile or data center IPs, an IP with a different device location, or both. This is needed when a website blocks you or prompts you to input a captcha.
A proxy is used to collect data from the web, manage accounts online, make purchases from other countries, collect pricing data and much more.
A proxy service is a software, server or group of servers that acts as a gateway to a network of Data Center, Residential and/or Mobile proxies.
A data center proxy is a machine-generated IP address that is served by a data center server.
A residential proxy is assigned from an Internet Service Provider to a user.
A mobile proxy is a 3G/4G connection assigned from a mobile carrier to a user.
Residential proxies are a connection to a real-user IP that has all the characteristics of a real device.
Proxy servers provide the ability to connect to a network of alternative IP addresses.
Yes, proxy servers are necessary when you require an IP address from a different geolocation.
A proxy server is a middle-man linking your device to a server where all requests sent are routed through the server before reaching the target site.