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Eu me inscrevi, mas eu não recebi um email de confirmação de Luminati. O que devo fazer?

Contato sales@luminati.io e vamos voltar para você o mais rápido possível.

Eu não estou sendo bloqueado por meus sites-alvo. Por que eu deveria usar a Luminati?

Sua taxa de bloqueio não é um indicador confiável de acessibilidade e exatidão das informações. Existem ferramentas disponíveis no mercado que ajudam os varejistas e marcas a descobrir quais sistemas automatizados estão tentando acessar seu site. Nestes casos, os varejistas vão conceder acesso, mas fornecem informações enganosas. Com Luminati, voce receberá os mesmos dados que um usuário privado recebe.

Como é que a Luminati diferem do TOR?

Em comparação com o TOR, a Luminati tem um modelo diferente de serviço: Enquanto TOR tem cerca de 20 mil IPs, que são todos marcados e identificados, as peers Luminati (P2P) de rede tem mais de 39 milhões de IPs residenciais que não são identificados como proxies / Tor. Nossa arquitetura, que tem uma camada de gerenciamento de rotação de IP embutido, permite que você use nossa rede P2P para enviar suas solicitações HTTP / HTTPS via milhões de IPs em cada país e cada cidade em todo o mundo. Com a arquitetura direito do seu lado, você pode conseguir uma taxa de falha de menos de 1% (ou seja, você quase nunca ser bloqueadas ou enganado).

Luminati peers residenciais

Como os consumidores se juntam à rede Luminati de pares?

Many applications (such as game applications), require their users to view a video advertisement at certain intervals, so that the game developer can generate revenues. This creates a particularly bad user experience, as it interferes with the experience of the application, wastes around 20MB of cellular data for the ad, and depletes the users’ battery.
Luminati offers an attractive alternative.
When these application vendors integrate the Luminati SDK, their users are offered the alternative to not watch these video ads in return for opting in to the Luminati network. Luminati only uses their device as a node on the network when it is not in use (so never interferes with the users’ experience), when the device is plugged in to power or charged, and always prefers WiFi over cellular data.
For every user that opts in to the Luminati network, Luminati pays a monthly fee to the application vendor, who passes that value on to the user by not displaying ads (or by not charging a premium for extra features in some cases).
That provides a much better user experience to the users, and thus the application vendor also enjoys a higher adoption rate of his/her product.
Users choose (opt in) to be a part of the Luminati network, and may opt out at any time. Luminati ensures that its application partners are fully compliant with this ‘opt in’ user flow.
View more on our SDK page.

Como é que a Luminati protege os recursos dos usuários finais?

Luminati’s patented idle monitor technology ensures that an end user's device is used under strict limitations so that battery power, bandwidth and data plan are preserved. These limitations consist of a monitor that restricts the usage of the device if being used by the end user, a minimum battery level threshold, a preference for use only when charging, a maximum daily allowed bandwidth usage per device and weekly maximum usage.

Tipos de rede IP

Luminati has four types of IP networks: Data-Center, Static Residential, Residential, and Mobile.

  • Data Center: offers a machine generated IP it is the most cost-effective and is commonly used for mass crawling of non-sophisticated target websites. Constructs of 400k unique IPs.
  • Static Residential Network: offers real residential IPs provided directly through ISP's. These IPs are most suitable for use cases that require permanent, non-rotating IPs, or for whoever needs a small amount of residential IPs.
  • Residential Network: provides a real, rotating, user IP, used for access to sophisticated target websites when you need to crawl, see and be seen as a real user. Constructs of 39+ million unique IPs.
  • Mobile Network: connects through a real, rotating, mobile connection of 3G/4G, used for targeting highly sophisticated websites and collecting mobile specific web data. constructs of 3+ million unique IPs
Create a Zone in the Luminati control panel, and define with IP type you want to use.

Data Center tipos de IP

Shared IPs
Shared IPs are ips that can be used by one or more customers.
We have 2 pricing tiers for data center shared IPs:

  • Pay per usage - connects you to a pool of 20,000 IPs that consist of a fixed allocated range of IPs from every country available.
    These IPs can be continuously rotated within the pool of 20k as needed (specific countries can be chosen in chrome, the LPM or through API)
    You will be charged only for the usage.
  • Pay per IP - purchase individual IPs for your use (with unlimited BW or cost per gb) in the country of your choosing. You will be charged per IP and usage.

Exclusive IPs
Purchase an IP that only you use to access a target site. the allocated IPs are dedicated for your use only
This IP type is more lucrative and you can control the allocation of the IPs based on the following options:

  • Choose Target Domains as the target website you are accessing which provides dedicated IPs not used by any other customers on those domains.
    You can choose multiple specific domains you are working with or all domains.
  • Cooling period - a guaranteed amount of time the IP has not been used for the specified target site.

tipos de IP residenciais

Shared IPs
connecting you to our entire network of 39+ million IPs. you can rotate between different countries, cities and ASNs by using the Proxy Manager, Extension or the raw API.
The cost is per GB used, according to your monthly plan.

Exclusive IP
Gives you the option to have a group of residential IPs (see more about gIP) which ensure only you can use this gIP on a certain target domain.
Choose the number of gIPs to allocate (each gIP holds 3-30 residential IPs) in a certain country on specific domains.
The cost will be a calculation of amount of gIPs, usage and number of domains.

tipos de IP residenciais estáticos

Shared IPs
Shared IPs are ips that can be used by one or more customers.
Purchase individual IPs for your use in the country of your choosing. You will be charged per IP and usage.

Exclusive IPs
Purchase an IP that only you use to access a target site. the allocated IPs are dedicated for your use only
This IP type is more lucrative and you can control the allocation of the IPs based on the following options:

  • Choose Target Domains as the target website you are accessing which provides dedicated IPs not used by any other customers on those domains.
    You can choose multiple specific domains you are working with or all domains.
  • Cooling period - a guaranteed amount of time the IP has not been used for the specified target site.

tipos de IP móveis

Shared IPs
connecting you to our entire network of 3+ million IPs. you can rotate between different countries, cities and ASNs by using the Proxy Manager, Extension or the raw API.
The cost is per GB used, according to your monthly plan.

Exclusive IPs
Give you the option to have a group of mobile IPs (see more about gIP) which ensure only you can use this gIP per a certain target domain.
Choose the number of gIPs to allocate (each gIP holds 3-30 residential IPs) in a certain country on specific domains.
The cost will be a calculation of amount of gIPs, bandwidth usage and number of domains.

Qual é a diferença entre a Data-Center Vs proxies residenciais?

  • Data-Center
    Um Data-Center é uma organização que oferece grandes quantidades de IPs com números consecutivos, que são armazenados nos servidores da de data center.
    • prós: IPs Data-Center são mais baratos que os IPs residenciais. Eles também são chamados de “IPs estáticos” porque eles estão sempre disponíveis e podem realizar uma sessão longa, sem o risco de se tornar indisponível antes de o objetivo ser alcançado.
    • contras: Existem milhares de Data-Center em todo o mundo. Eles são listados e seus IPs podem ser identificados como não usuários reais, o que os torna mais fáceis de reconhecer e bloquear. Alguns sites iram exibir informações enganosas quando detectar uma tentativa de conexão a partir de um IP Data-Center.

    Saiba mais sobre IPs data center .

  • IPs residenciais
    Os IPs de dispositivos dos usuários finais reais.
    • prós: Quando usado corretamente, IPs residenciais são quase impossíveis de identificar como proxy, como são os IPs reais dos utilizadores finais. Usando a rede residencial de Luminati permite conexões simultâneas ilimitadas e uma enorme flexibilidade, uma vez que consiste de mais de 39 milhões de IPs localizados em todos os países do mundo.
    • contras: A IP Residencial pode se tornar indisponível e ser substituído durante uma sessão, uma vez que é um dispositivo de uma pessoa real que pode estar em uso ou desligdo - Luminati leva medidas adicionais para garantir a satisfação e conforto das suas peers.
    Saiba mais sobre IPs residenciais.
  • ponto de partida
    Tente usar IPs de data center, a primeira e a alternativa mais cara, as IPs residenciais como uma opção de backup, de que maneira você pode reduzir os custos de sua operação e ainda obter uma grande taxa de sucesso. Usar Luminati Proxy Manager‘S regras para criar facilmente fallback automático na método de “Waterfall” para obter melhores resultados com custos mais baixos. Usar Gips de Luminati para obter as vantagens de IPs residenciais, evitando as desvantagens.

tamanho da rede

Você pode encontrar o tamanho do nosso pool de nosso datacenter, redes residenciais e móveis na página arquitetura.
Escolha a rede e país que você está interessado no Entrada caixa e visualizar os resultados na Saída caixa.

O que é um gIP

A gIP é um grupo de IPs residenciais exclusivas.

Cada gIP contém entre 3-30 IPs.

Todos os IPs dentro de um gIP são da mesma ASN país e cidade (dependendo da rede que você está usando).

Usando gIPs garante que ninguém mais utilizara estas mesmoa IPs para os sítios-alvo.

A Luminati bloqueia vários domínios se você não usa gIPs. Contacte o seu gestor de conta para obter mais detalhes.

Saiba mais sobre como fazer o download de um lista de seus Gips

O que é a alocação IP?

alocação de IP é o ato de alocação de IPs de algum tipo para um dos seus zonas.
Por exemplo, quando criando uma nova data-center zona e escolha 100 como o número de IPs que você quer, você está realmente pedindo para alocar 100 IPs datacenter para a sua nova zona.

alocação de IP é aplicável para Data-center IPs or Residencial e móvel Gips.

Descobrir como alocar IPs e como fazer o download de uma lista de seu IP / gIP.

Qual é a Waterfall

A Waterfall Luminati é um método para fazer requisições de sucesso, passando automaticamente da rede de Data Center para a rede residencial e, em seguida, para a rede móvel. Ele melhora a taxa de sucesso e reduz os custos. Leia mais sobre o assunto na Luminati Waterfall página.

Posso verificar quantos IPs estão disponíveis em um país específico?

Sim, você pode verificar o número de IPs disponíveis por país através deste diagrama interativo.
Primeiro, selecione o país no menu drop-down. O número de IPs disponíveis naquele país aparece abaixo.

comunicação entre relés é criptografado?

Sim. Para requisições ao super proxy, você pode usar HTTP ou HTTPS. O protocolo de comunicação é criptografado usando um algoritmo proprietário.

Como as requisições HTTPS são calculadas?

Como as requisições HTTPS são criptografadas, não vemos os dados dentro do pedido. a fim de medir o número de pedidos de forma mais precisa, contamos as alterações entre o envio de dados para receber dados enquanto voce pula os cambios relacionados de protocolo.

O que é Super Proxy?

servidores de balanceamento de carga da Luminati, que gerenciam o tráfego entre você (nosso cliente) e a / rede residencial / dispositivo móvel / DataCenter.

O que é o formato IPv4

O IPv4 é um formato no qual muitos endereços de IP são usados para conectar a dispositivos à Internet. Consiste em quatro números entre 1 e 255, separados por períodos. Os serviços de proxy com IPs de datacenter geralmente fornecem listas de endereços IP nesse formato para seus clientes.

Como usar o formato IPv4 com proxies Luminati?

Porque os endereços de IP da Luminati estão constantemente mudando ou girando, não há uma lista de IPs no formato IPv4, como pode haver ao usar IPs de data center. Para garantir que os IPs estejam no formato correto, certifique-se de alterar as suas configurações de proxy para o número da porta correspondente do endereço IP que você deseja. O endereço de IP do seu dispositivo será agora em formato IPv4.

O que é um ASN (Autonomous System Number)?

Um AS (Autonomous System) é um grupo de redes IP operados por um ou mais operadores (s) de rede que tem uma política de roteamento externo. ASN é o identificador global único (um número) que está associado com cada AS.

Por que a Luminati é mais rápida do que outras soluções de proxy?

Luminati tem uma camada de gerenciamento de rotação IP inteligente embutido. Cada pedido que você faz vai para um dos nossos super-proxies - servidores de balanceamento de carga - que, em seguida, fornecê-lo com o endereço IP que é mais provável que esteja disponível no local solicitado.
Dessa forma a Luminati permite-lhe enviar um número ilimitado de requisições com sessões simultâneas, e apresenta uma taxa extremamente elevada de sucesso. Para acelerar a Luminati, é aconselhável para iniciar o maior número de sessões simultâneas, conforme necessário. Com a arquitetura certa, você pode superar qualquer outra solução.

Qual é o impacto na velocidade devido aos pulos adicionais?

Embora usando o proxy Luminati significa um salto adicional (ou seja. 3 nódulos) por pedido, significa, também, ter a capacidade de executar sessões simultâneas ilimitadas com uma taxa de sucesso excepcionalmente alta, o que anula o efeito do salto adicional.

Qual é a taxa máxima (requisições por minuto) em que os pedidos podem ser enviados através da rede?

  • rede residencial - sem limitações. Temos clientes que enviam mais de 20 milhões de requisições por dia.
  • rede de Data Center - temos limite de taxa de 500 req / s por IP.
    Se você enviar a uma taxa mais elevada para um DataCenter específico IP as suas erquisições serão retornados com uma mensagem de erro:CÓDIGO 429: TUN_ERR: muitas requisições por IP
    A fim de resolver o problema, reduza a taxa de requisições ou compre mais ips para distribuir a carga do seu crawler através de mais IPs DataCenter.

Uso Aceito

Como a Luminati garante o uso legítimo de sua rede proxy?

Only companies that pass Luminati’s strict KYC (Know Your Customer) process successfully may use the Luminati network.
These include the top retailers, ad networks and travel agencies in the world.
Prospects who wish to use Luminati’s Residential network fill a “Residential activation” form, in which they identify themselves by providing personal details (email, phone number, address, social profile, payment method and more) and sign an agreement in which they confirm that all their activity is legal.
After their details are checked and verified manually, they may be approved.
IN addition, Luminati’s systems and personnel continuously monitor the customer's activity to ensure that the usage is compliant with the agreement.

Está rastreando um caso de uso aceitável?

Nós permitimos que você use o nosso serviço, desde que você faça usos legais e legítimos, e em conformidade com a nossa contrato de licençaCabe a você certificar-se de que a maneira e como você vai utilizar o serviço e que o mesmo está em conformidade com as leis aplicáveis em seu país.

É legal crawlear um site especifico?

O uso de um crawler para extrair dados de um site pode ser feito legalmente nas relações comerciais relevantes. Sob certas circunstâncias e em algumas jurisdições específicas, crawling podem entrar em conflito com a regulamentação aplicável ou em violação dos termos específicos de serviço do site rastreado. Portanto, antes de se envolver nas atividades de crawling, de qualquer tipo, você deve consultar com um advogado autorizado a prestar aconselhamento jurídico em sua área particular, e ler atentamente os termos de serviço aplicáveis.

O que é a revenda e se é isso é permitiu pela Luminati?

Revender significa fornecer serviços ou produtos Luminati como uma solução paga a um terceiro que não seja cliente da Luminati.
A Luminati não oferecer nem permitir qualquer forma de revenda para qualquer de seus produtos ou serviços. Qualquer tipo de revenda será detectado como uma violação aos termos Luminati de uso.

What is the accepted usage of unlimited bandwidth in our data center network?

Luminati reserves the right to periodically review the usage levels of unlimited bandwidth datacenter IPs allocated to customers; this is to ensure that the level of traffic per IP is not being overused.
In cases where excessive usage of unlimited bandwidth is detected, Luminati has the right to limit future bandwidth usage of the unlimited bandwidth or apply additional charges.

Começando

Como faço para começar a usar rede residencial de Luminati?

Trabalhamos muito para manter nossa rede e nossos clientes seguros e nos esforçamos para evitar abusos na rede Luminati. Portanto, antes de usar a rede IP residencial da Luminati, um representante da Luminati solicitará que você passe por um processo "KYC" (Conheça seu cliente). O processo KYC pode incluir uma rápida chamada de vídeo de introdução e alguma verificação da sua empresa ou informações pessoais. Solicitar acesso à rede residencial da Luminati aqui.
Watch now - How to start using the Luminati Proxy Manager

Como faço para começar a usar a rede de DataCenter da Luminati?

Para começar a usar rede de DataCenter da Luminati, clique em aquiA nossa rede de DataCenter é um auto-serviço e não requer qualquer processo preliminar.

Como faço para começar a usar a rede móvel da Luminati?

Para começar a usar a rede móvel, contacte-nos sales@luminati.io. Saiba mais sobre IPs móveis aqui.

teste gratuito Residencial

A fim de testar a rede residencial, antes de se comprometer com um plano de preço mensal, nós oferecenis um teste gratuito para que você possa testar e ter certeza de que suas necessidades de negócios estão sendo totalmente realizada utilizando nossos serviços.

opções de teste gratuita

    Oferecemos 2 tipos de teste gratuito para a rede residencial, com base em seu status de conta:
  • Company - Se você está assinando em nome de uma empresa, você é elegível para 7 dias de teste completamente grátis após a verificação de registro e propriedade da empresa
  • Non-Company - Se estiver assinando como freelancer ou como proprietário independente, terá direito a uma garantia de reembolso de 3 dias. Caso decida que o serviço não é adequado às suas necessidades, você receberá três dias para recuperar seu saldo usado.

NOTES:

  • all trials are subject to a successful on-boarding process
  • The free trial is offered for those who sign for a monthly plan of $500 or more of the 'rotating' residential network (not static residential)

Como posso configurar uma conta de teste gratuito para testar a rede IP residencial Luminati?

  • You will first need to Inscrever-se formulário de on-boarding Luminati.
  • Depois de verificado o seu endereço de e-mail e ter acesso à sua conta, preencha o residencial formulário on-boarding e seu gerente de conta irá contactá-lo para continuar o processo.
    que normalmente leva algumas horas para aprovar o seu acesso as IPs Residencial.
  • If you are not looking to use residential proxies and need Data center proxies you do not need to fill up the onboarding form.
    You can simply add funds to your account in the billing page and create Data Center zone.

Meu periodo teste terminou. Qual é o próximo passo?

After your trial has ended, the system will disable your residential zones to prevent any unwanted charges in your account.
You should take the following steps in order to continue using the Residential proxies:

  • Make sure you have a valid Payment method
  • Add funds to your account. You need to ensure you have enough balance to top up your monthly plan.
  • Enable back your residential zones

Será que vou ser cobrado automaticamente assim que o meu trial terminar?

No you will not.
Regardless of having payment method set in your account or not, once the residential trial is over your account will be assigned with a 'Starter' residential plan of $500 (see pricing plans). This new pricing plan will be disabled and will not take effect unless you manually decide to enable it by activating your residential zones.
You will not be charged by the system automatically.

O que é um Zone?

Uma "Zona" é o nome do Luminati para o conjunto específico de parâmetros que você escolheu usar para um conjunto de solicitações de proxy. Ao entrar na rede Luminati, você receberá automaticamente nossas configurações padrão. Você é livre para personalizar essas configurações de acordo com suas necessidades a qualquer momento.
Ao personalizar seus recursos, a Luminati exige que você configure uma “Zona” na qual você pode salvar e reutilizar um conjunto de configurações e permissões específicas para um projeto. Você pode configurar quantas Zonas desejar e cada Zona pode ter suas próprias configurações específicas que você pode usar ou alterar a qualquer momento.
Exemplos de algumas das configurações da zona a escolher entre:

  • Network (centro de dados / Estático Residencial / Residencial / Mobile)
  • Exclusividade (Shared IPs / Dedicado host / Exclusivo IPs)
  • permissões residenciais (País / Cidade / ASN / gIP)

Watch how to create a proxy Zone video

How to limit zones by domain?

In order to make sure you are using your proxies only on the websites you need, you can limit each zone to a specific domain.
Also, you can block specific domains you don't want to target from each zone.
Limiting zone to a specific domain:

  • Go to zones page
  • Click on the zone you want to limit
  • Under 'Settings' section click the edit icon next to "Target domains"
  • Select "Allow only domains from list"
  • Enter the domains you want to target
  • Save

Block zone for specific domains:

  • Go to zones page
  • Click on the zone you want to block
  • Under 'Settings' section click the edit icon next to "Target domains"
  • Select "Block domains from list"
  • Enter the domains you want to block
  • Save

Como posso estimar o custo da minha conta antes de assinar?

Confira Uso e calculadora de preços. Ele é construído para ajudá-lo a estimar os custos com base no tráfego (KB) que está atualmente em execução e número de IPs desejados.

Posso adicionar novos IPs para uma zona de DataCenter existente?

Sim. Ao adicionar mais IPs DC para a sua zona de DC, os novos IPs será adicionado no topo dos velhos IPs.

Posso obter uma lista de todos os IPs DC em uma zona específica?

Sim. Vá para as configurações da zona do datacenter e clique em "Fazer o download da lista de IPs". Isso produzirá um arquivo de texto contendo todos os seus IPs no formato de IP: PORT: USERNAME: PASSWORD veja a imagem abaixo:

Onde posso encontrar minhas credenciais (IP / port / nome de usuário / senha)?

Credenciais para API

  • Nome de usuário e senha: Seu nome de usuário e senha para requisições de API pode ser encontrada no página zonas. Clique no nome da zona desejada e, na janela que aparecer, clique na guia "configurações". Você encontrará suas credenciais ali. Observe que suas credenciais podem ser diferentes para cada zona.
  • As credenciais completas para API (IP: PORT: Usuário: Senha) será incorporada na cadeia de pedido como este:zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225:USERNAME:PASSWORD
  • Você pode usar o nosso solicitar construtor para ajudá-lo com a criação de requisições de API completos

Credenciais para Luminati Proxy Manager (LPM)

  • IP - um IPv4 endereço para acessar o proxy. Se o LPM é instalado localmente o endereço de IP das credenciais sempre será:127.0.0.1Se o LPM é instalado em um servidor / máquina remota use o IP do servidor / máquina
  • Port - o número da porta que deseja usar a partir das portas LPM que você criou (ou seja, 24000).
  • Ao integrar o LPM a um software que requer a introdução de IP: PORT: Usuário: Senha - usuário e senha deve ser deixado nulo.

Como posso ativar a minha conta?

Contato sales@luminati.io e vamos ativar sua conta.

Como posso configurar uma conta de produção?

Escolher entre Nossos planos. Depois de ter escolhido um plano, envie um email para sales@luminati.io com o plano que você escolheu e nós entraremos em contato com você assim que possível.

Como faço para instalar a extensão Luminati Chrome?

extensão Luminati Chrome está disponível no Loja online do Chrome.

IPs whitelist

Por razões de segurança o endereço IP de cada máquina que executa Luminati tem de ser adicionado à whitelist de cada zona que você vai usar.

Como posso fazer o whitelist do IPs dentro do painel de controle do Luminati?

  1. Entre na página de 'zonas' no seu painel de controle Luminati: https://luminati.io/cp/zones
  2. Clique no nome da zona específica, em seguida, na janela, clique na guia configurações.
  3. Clique em "Alterar" ao lado dos IPs whitelist.
  4. Clique em "Adicionar" para adicionar IPs à whitelist. Você tem permissão para adicionar IPs, intervalos, sub-redes ou máscaras de rede.

Posso configurar o Whitelist para incluir qualquer IP?

Clique em "Adicionar" para adicionar IPs à lista de permissões e digite "Any". Observe que escolher "Any IP" enfraquecerá as medidas de segurança usadas para proteger a sua conta.

Como posso fazer o whitelist IPs usando API?

Você pode whitelist seu IP usando esta API:
curl -k -X POST --data "email={USER_EMAIL}&password={USER_PASSWORD}&customer={CUSTOMER_NAME}&zone={ZONE}&ip={IP}" https://luminati.io/api/whitelist/add

É possível obter estatísticas de uso mais específicas?

Existem várias opções para obter dados mais específicos:

  • Baixar um arquivo CSV clicando no botão 'Advanced' no canto superior direito do gráfico, em seguida, escolha CSV
  • Alterar o intervalo de tempo no gráfico:
  • Alterar o tipo de dados para mostrar no gráfico:NOTA: requisições https podem não ser 100% exatas, uma vez que não vemos os dados nele. Veja Como contamos requisições https

Como adicionar usuários à conta?

  • Ir para a página "Minhas configurações"
  • Clique no botão "+" (canto superior esquerdo)
  • Adicione os detalhes do usuário no modal
  • Clique em "Enviar"

Depois de adicionada com sucesso, o usuário receberá um e-mail para definir uma senha para fazer o login na conta.

Como adicionar usuários à mailing list de invoices?

  • Vá para "Minha configuração" página, na seção "Dados empresa"
  • Clique no botão "+" (à direita)
  • Adicione o e-mail do destinatário
  • Clique em "Salvar" para adicionar o destinatário
  • Clique em "Salvar" para confirmar o e-mail

Uma vez que você adicionou com sucesso, os usuários vão começar a receber as faturas mensais.

Qual é o fuso horário painel?

O fuso horário painel é UTC.

Suspender / reativar minha conta

Como faço para excluir minha conta Luminati?

Para desativar a sua conta temporariamente ou permanentemente, clique em "Configurações" na barra lateral e, em seguida, no canto superior direito da página, clique no botão "suspender a conta".

gerenciamento de contas programático

Suspender e reativar sua conta programaticamente usando um dos seguintes comandos:
suspender a conta
curl -X PUT "https://luminati.io/api/set_status?customer=CUSTOMER&status=suspend_manual" -u "username:password"Reactivate account
curl -X PUT "https://luminati.io/api/set_status?customer=CUSTOMER&status=active" -u "username:password"

Solução de problemas

O que é vazamento de IP e como resolvê-lo?

vazamento IP significa que o seu IP real está sendo revelado ao site de destino mesmo que você esteja usando proxies para mascarar o seu pedido.
Vários programas tereceirizados podem causar o vazamento do seu IP realao usar Luminati através de um navegador:

  • WebRTC
  • Flash
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • ActiveX

Para garantir que isso não aconteça, certifique-se de desativá-los para ser 100% anônimo.

Como faço para redefinir minha senha da conta?

Você pode redefinir a senha da conta através do página de recuperação de senha.
Note-se que este link também será exibido depois de uma tentativa de login sem sucesso.

Que informações devo enviar para Luminati quando eu relatar um problema?

Para reportar um problema, forneça-nos:

  • Partes de codigo
  • A plataforma que você está usando
  • Sua linguagem de programação
  • Logs e despejos HTTP, se disponíveis (solicitamos que você remova seus segredos comerciais, incluindo URLs e qualquer outra informação interna de seu código, lixeiras e qualquer outra informação que você forneça ao Luminati)

Envie-nos um e-mail com esta informação, juntamente com o seu problema de: support@luminati.io

Como posso lidar com uma mensagem de erro 502 (Bad Gateway - super-proxies estão recusando conexões)?

Nossa API pode ser configurado para solicitar um novo IP quando se deparar com uma mensagem de erro 502:

Como posso lidar com uma mensagem de erro 407 (Autenticação de proxy necessária)?

Encontrar uma mensagem de erro 407 significa que o cliente deve primeiro autenticar-se com o proxy. Resolver esse problema requer a adição dos IPs solicitados, que agora são recusados, à lista de permissões. Para detalhes, veja Configurar Whitelist IPs. Se o problema persistir, entre em contato support@luminati.io.

Preciso de ajuda com a solução de um problema técnico

No caso de você ter um problema que você tentou e não conseguiu resolver, e isso ficou claro por um representante Luminati que o problema não se origina na Luminati, você pode perguntar ao seu gestor de conta poir um Review de um Desenvolvedor.
Um Review de um Desenvolvedor o é um processo em que um dos desenvolvedores do Luminati investiga e resolve o problema para você, o cliente.
Este serviço é fornecido em casos selecionados de acordo com a consideração de Luminati, e custa R $ 1.000 USD.

Notas:

  • A Luminati não se obriga a fornecer uma Desenvolvedor de Revisão e pode se recusar a fornecer o serviço em alguns casos
  • Caso seja encontrado durante o Developer Review que o assunto em questão se originou em Luminati, você não será cobrado pelo serviço

Support

Como posso contactar o apoio da Luminati?

  • Email: support@luminati.io
  • Skype: luminati.io
  • Mais métodos de contato
  • Disponibilidade e tempo de resposta

    A equipe de suporte está disponível 24/7.

    Ele geralmente leva menos de 10 minutos para responder a um pedido de suporte.

    Quem responde meus pedidos de apoio?

    Uma equipe, composta por nossos desenvolvedores, e que constroem os produtos da Luminati, gerentes de negócios que dominam os meandros do nosso serviço.

    Abrir um ticket de suporte

    Não consegue encontrar uma resposta para sua pergunta no FAQ?
    Abrir um ticket de suporte e nossa equipe de especialistas irá abordar o problema pessoalmente

    Reportando Vulnerabilidades

    Agradecemos qualquer contribuição que nos ajude a manter os usuários seguros. A vulnerabilidade pode ser relatado para support@luminati.io. Nós iremos fornecer uma recompensa modesta para um relatório de vulnerabilidade qualificado e desconhecido.

    Luminati Proxy Manager

    What is Luminati Proxy Manager?

    An advanced open-source (See project on GitHub) proxy manager to help you speed up development time with built-in data gathering features.
    The proxy manager is a forwarding HTTP/HTTPS proxy on your side, to accelerate / compress / rotate / distribute / manage / monitor / report / log / debug traffic to your proxies around the world.
    With Luminati Proxy Manager you can drive all Luminati's different networks.

    Why should I use the Luminati proxy manager?

    LPM does common tasks of scraping, saving your engineers the need to write this code from scratch.
    Save engineering cost on:

    • Auto-retry on fetched failures
    • Creating rules for automated rotation of IPs
    • Automatic blacklisting of IPs when getting bad results
    • Limiting the amount of requests sent per hour to achieve max scraping rate without getting blocked
    • Admin UI for monitoring and creating multiple proxies with different configurations
    • Enabling the routing of SOCKS5 requests
    • Optimizing speed by maintaining multiple concurrent connections
    • Listing IPs based on their performance for future reuse

    Optimize proxy costs by:

    • Controlling which requests go to the proxy provider and which bypass the proxy to reduce costs
    • Routing requests to residential / data-center / mobile IP networks to get the most cost-effective blend

    Debug code faster with:

    • Fine grained logging
    • SSL decryption, allowing to debugging SSL requests
    • HAR viewer for all your requests
    • Complete request history
    • Success rate measurement, based on user-defined triggers

    Using the Luminati proxy manager will reduce development costs and efforts from your side - If there is anything you find missing in our proxy manager we will gladly investigate and add as a feature

    Watch Luminati Webinar: Como começar a usar o Luminati - O gerente do proxy (LPM)

    Install Luminati Proxy Manager

    What are the options to install the Proxy manager?

    Luminati Proxy Manager is an open source project developed by Luminati.
    To install the Proxy Manager on Windows, simply download the Installer file.
    To install it on Linux/MacOS, and for more installation options, visit the Proxy manager website.

    How to install the Docker Proxy Manager image?

    • Install Docker $ sudo apt-get install docker.io
    • Install Docker Luminati Proxy Manager image $ sudo docker pull luminati/luminati-proxy
    • Check that Luminati Proxy Manager version is correct $ sudo docker run luminati/luminati-proxy luminati --version
    • Run the Luminati Proxy Manager $ sudo docker run luminati/luminati-proxy luminati
    • Docker to uses the host network --net=host
      • In order to open a only the required ports for the Proxy Manager$ sudo docker run -v ~/luminati_proxy_manager:/lpm -p 127.0.0.1:22999:22999 -p 127.0.0.1:22998:22998 -p 127.0.0.1:24000:24000 luminati/luminati-proxy luminati --www_whitelist_ips 172.17.0.1 --config /lpm/config.json

    How to install and use the Proxy Manager on a remote server?

    • Log in as 'root' to the remote server
    • Install Nodejs
      Once you have finished the installation, run node -v and npm -v to see the nodejs and npm versions that been installed.
      Install NPM if missing.
    • While on 'root' within the remote server, install the Proxy Manager (using these options) and run it.
    • Set up the server to accept remote connections (see instructions here)
    • Configure the ports you require on your remote Proxy Manager
    • Send requests to the configured ports from your local machine by using [remote_server_IP]:[port_number]
      curl example: curl --proxy 12.12.12.12:24000 "http://example.com"

    If you use Docker to manage your server deployment you can use our Docker image.

    How to set up the Proxy Manager as a system service?

    • Log in as 'root' to the remote server (running Ubuntu)
    • Create a service file in /etc/systemd/system/lpm.service:
      [Unit] Description=Luminati proxy manager Wants=network-online.target After=network-online.target [Service] Type=simple Restart=always RestartSec=1 Environment=NODE_ENV=production ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/luminati User=ubuntu StandardOutput=null StandardError=null [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
    • Reload service files: $ systemctl daemon-reload
    • Start LPM service: $ systemctl start lpm
    • Check status: $ systemctl status lpm.service
    • You have completed setting up LPM as a service. You can now control your new service: $ service lpm stop/start/restart

    How to manage multiple configurations on multiple servers?

    If you are using linux server you can take a configuration file that is already working on one machine and copy it to the rest of your servers using the following command:
    $ scp [file_name].json root@[Remote_server]:/root/.luminati.json

    Como configuro o LPM em servidores Alibaba?

    Se o LPM está em execução no servidor, mas você não pode acessá-lo a partir de outro dispositivo. Você está tentando abrir o GUI LPM e veja o erro é: ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT.
    Isso significa que você ainda não concluiu a configuração das conexões externas.

    • Vá para o seu Painel de gerenciamento de nuvem do Alibaba, selecione seu servidor e clique na guia "Grupos de segurança" em "Rede e segurança".
    • Se não houver grupos, criar um novo.
    • Agora temos que adicionar regras para grupo de segurança do servidor - em ‘Ações’ (à direita) clique em ‘Adicionar regras’.

    Na página que se abre, você vai ver todas as regras relacionadas com o acesso IPv4 / IPv6.
    Agora precisamos abrir várias portas para conectar dispositivos externos para LPM.
    Clique no botão para adicionar uma regra de grupo de segurança. Na forma aberta, você precisa escolher:

    • direção regra: Ingress
    • Ação: permitir
    • Tipo de protocolo: TCP personalizado
    • intervalo de portas: 22999
    • Prioridade: 1
    • Tipo de autorização: acesso ao segmento de endereços IPv4
    • objeto autorizado: (O IP do seu dispositivo)
    exemplo tela

    Clique no botão OK.
    Agora você pode abrir o seu navegador e vá para: "[IP do servidor]: 22999"

    Can I get an LPM server?

    Our LPM is easy to install and maintain on your local/cloud server, but you may prefer to have Luminati host it for you. By shifting to Luminati's hosting service you do not need to worry about installing or monitoring. Luminati's 24/7 team is here to intervene, if needed.
    The cost is $200-$500 depending on the server size. If you are interested, please contact sales@luminati.io

    Integrate the Proxy Manager to your phone

    Android settings

    1. The Android and the machine using the Proxy Manager need to share the same WiFi connection
    2. The Proxy Manager port must whitelist the IP of the Android machine
    3. Go to the WiFi network configuration -> advanced -> manual proxy:
     - Proxy host: The IPV4 address of the machine with the Proxy Manager ($ipconfig / for mac: $ifconfig)
     - Port: 24000 (or other port you create)

    iPhone (iOS) proxy settings

    1. The iPhone and the machine using the Proxy Manager need to share the same WiFi connection
    2. Whitelist the iPhone IPv4 in the Proxy Manager under ‘General’
      To find IPv4 follow these instructions:
      • Go to wifi settings.
      • tap on the blue “i” icon next to your network’s name.
      • See your IP address.
    3. Open the Settings app and go to WiFi
    4. Tap the name of the WiFi network you’re connected to
    5. Scroll to the bottom and you will find a section for HTTP Proxy. This is set to 'off' by default. Set it 'Manual' for manually configuring the proxy settings
    6. In the server slot enter the IPv4 address of the server where the Proxy Manager is installed
    7. In the port slot enter 24000 (or other port you create)

    How can I transition from the API to the Proxy Manager?

    Transitioning from the API to the Proxy Manager is easy.

    By default, the Proxy Manager supports a drop-in proxy on port 22225 which is configured to behave in exactly the same way as our super proxies do via this port.

    The easiest way to transition from the API to the Proxy Manager is as follows:

    1. Download and install the Proxy Manager from our Github page
    2. Run the Proxy Manager on a machine your code can access
    3. In your code, change the url from where you currently send requests to luminati (zproxy.lum-superproxy.io) to the local machine where your Proxy Manager runs on (usually 127.0.0.1)
    4. Send your requests the same way you did use the API to http://127.0.0.1:22225

    A more advanced way to integrate the Proxy Manager in your code is by configuring new proxies with your desired configuration through the proxy manager UI (http://127.0.0.1:22999) and by sending HTTP requests to the specified port.

    In this case, you do not need to send the additional user parameter. For example, if you set a new proxy on port 24001 with a long session IP preset, you would send HTTP requests to http://127.0.0.1:24001 without additional parameters, unless you want to send custom headers with the request.

    Note: you can choose to disable the drop-in port (22225) by specifying the command line argument --no-dropin.

    Can I use the Proxy Manager through API?

    Yes. The Proxy Manager has fully working API you can use in order to create ports, change configurations, presets, proxy status and more. you can find documentation of the API endpoints here: API documentation

    How to process specific data from target site

    It is possible to collect specific content from your target site using a rule which will return a response as a json object according to your set up. To create a 'Process data' rule, follow these steps:

    • Go to the "Rules" tab
    • For "Trigger" select "URL"
    • Type the target website (e.g example.com)
    • For "Action" select "Process data"
    • For "Processing rule" type the Json (e.g., {"key": "$('#ID').text()"})
    To watch an example of the steps above - Click Here
    The response will look like this:

    Can I access Luminati Proxy Manager from multiple machines?

    Yes. The Proxy manager can be installed on your machine and be accessible from outside to send requests and to make adjustments to the Proxy configurations.
    Note that you will need to take the following security steps to make sure the Proxy Manager is allowed to be used only by trusted sources.
    In addition, you might need to allow access on your server's firewall in order to accept connections from different ports that are configured on the Proxy Manager.
    See below instructions how to allow ports on your machine:

    • Windows
    • Linux / MacOS
      • Check if firewall is enabled: sudo ufw status
      • If firewall is active, open any port you are planning to use (24000 in this example): sudo ufw allow 24000
      • On your router: follow router specific instructions to forward port 24000 to your local IP address
    • CentOS
      • Open any port you are planning to use (24000 in this example):sudo firewall-cmd --zone="public" --add-port=24000/tcp --permanent
      • Reload firewall settings: sudo firewall-cmd --reload

    If you want to access Luminati Proxy Manager UI (the dashboard), port 22999 should be open as well.

    Can I run multiple instances of Luminati Proxy Manager on the same machine?

    Yes, here's how to do it in Windows CMD:

    • Make sure LPM is not currently running
    • Run the 1st LPM instance:
      • Open CMD
      • Copy this snippet: luminati --no-dropin --port 24000 --customer [CUSTOMER_ID] --zone [ZONE_NAME] --password [ZONE_PWD] --no-configand paste it in CMD
      • Update the fields [CUSTOMER_ID] [ZONE_NAME] [ZONE_PWD] and run the snippet
      • The 1st LPM instance is running, visit this address to use the LPM UI: http://127.0.0.1:22999/overview
    • Run the 2nd LPM instance:
      • Open another CMD instance
      • Copy this snippet: luminati --no-dropin --port 24001 --customer [CUSTOMER_ID] --zone [ZONE_NAME] --password [ZONE_PWD] --no-config --dir ~/luminati_proxy_manager2 --www 2899 --ws 2898 and paste it in the new CMD window
      • Update the fields [CUSTOMER_ID] [ZONE_NAME] [ZONE_PWD] and run the snippet
      • The 2nd LPM instance is running, visit this address to use the LPM UI: http://127.0.0.1:2899/overview
    Note that the ports of the first and second instances have to be different for this to work, that's why we used ports 24000 and 24001 here.

    How to get IPs from specific locations?

    To get IPs from a specific location, follow these steps:

    • Click on the port that you want to use location-specific IPs
    • Go to "Targeting" tab
    • Select the country you need from the country drop down list
    • Select the state you need from the state drop down list
    • Select the city you need from the city drop down list
    NOTE: In order to select State and City you need to have the proper permissions in your Zone.

    How to use IPs from many countries without creating many ports?

    Use a port with the country set to “Any”. When sending the curl requests, set the desired country for each of your requests using a country parameter. If you want to send a request via an IP in Brazil, for example, your request will look like this:
    curl -x lum-country-br:1234abcd@127.0.0.1:24001 http://lumtest.com/myip.json
    The request's structure is:
    curl -x lum-country-[country-iso-code]:[zone-password]@[IP]:[port] [destination-URL]

    Running multiple browser profiles with different proxy settings

    In the 'Overview' tab you can generate chromium browser for every port by clicking on the 'Chrome' icon next to the port number (see image below).
    The browser will pop up on the screen and will be automatically configured according to the proxy settings of this port.
    Open multiple browsers for each port to have unique and clean profile for each proxy port.
    See image below as example:

    Controlling your IP session

    The Proxy Manager has many ways for controlling sessions and manage the stability of the IPs used in the port.
    Set up the rules which will define how the IP will rotate according to your business needs.

    Can I hold residential IP for long period of time on a single session?

    Yes. Choose Long session preset on the port 'Presets' drop down and it will automatically configure your port to constantly ping the IP to keep it alive.
    Note that Your use of a residential/mobile IP on the Luminati network can be assured only as long as the peer's device is idle, connected to an outlet and on Wifi.

    Create a pool of long session IPs

    Use 'Long availability' pool which allows you to pool together residential IPs that hold long sessions.
    The port will use the IP in the pool which is available for the longest period of time which will increase the chances of being available for long.
    The larger the pool is, the higher the chances you will have an ip that can remain steady for longer period of time.
    Each ip in the pool will be continuously pinged to keep it alive which will consume bandwidth.
    Note this is only for Residential/Mobile zones.
    How to set up (image attached):

    • Choose the ‘custom’ preset configuration
    • Go to the ‘IP control’ tab
    • For ‘Pool Type’ select ‘Long Availability’
    • Choose the Pool size you require (recommended 5)
    Note that Your use of a residential/mobile IP on the Luminati network can be assured only as long as the peer's device is idle, connected to an outlet and on Wifi.

    Controlling sessions consistency with session header

    You can control your sessions using the LPM by sending x-lpm-session header.

  • Add the header with any random session ID "x-lpm-session: random_session"
  • When using the same session the Proxy Manager will try to connect with the same exit node (peer/IP)
  • When you change the session value the Proxy manager will connect with a different exit node (new peer/IP)
  • To keep a given session alive you must send a request no more than every 60 seconds
  • Here is an example: curl --proxy http://127.0.0.1:24000 -H "x-lpm-session: rand123" http://lumtest.com/myip

    Can I automatically break the session before the residential IP is changed?

    Yes. you can choose 'Session termination' feature under 'IP control' in your Proxy manager admin panel to make sure the session will not continue if the current residential IP becomes unavailable.
    This feature will stop the session, ensuring your ip will not switch on the current session until you decide to take further action.

    How to obtain Super Proxies

    • Go to "Request speed" tab
    • Navigate to "Super Proxy's location" and select the location of the Super Proxy you need

    Choosing the super proxy's specific location will route all requests in the specified port through specific geo targeted super-proxy server.
    Using this helps you control the routing architecture of your requests and achieve better response time and performance.
    Note that this does not restrict the IPs chosen country but will simply improve performances by using Super Proxies which have shorter round trips relative to your current location.

    How can I make all requests to be sent from specific Super Proxy server?

    Use a specific super proxy for your requests as follows:

  • Run this command in your command prompt/terminal:nslookup zproxy.lum-superproxy.io
  • In the response you will get a set of IPs of the 3 fastest super proxies available. Use this command several times to build a database of super proxy IPs
  • When running the Proxy Manager in your command prompt/terminal add the --proxy flag followed with the super proxy IP you want to use. Here is an example: luminati --proxy 111.222.333.444
  • All requests you make now will use the super proxy you chose
  • Can I use the Luminati Proxy Manager with other proxy providers?

    Yes. Luminati Proxy Manager supports external proxies from other vendors. Connecting external proxies will allow you to optimize and manage all of your proxies in one place.

    Note that only HTTP connections are supported from external providers.

    How to setup external proxies?

    • Login to your proxy manager
    • Create new port
    • Select 'External' proxy
    • Add your proxies in ['username:password@IP:port'] format
    • Click 'Save' and you will have the external proxies available as one of the proxy manager's ports

    See example below:

    How to emulate real browser using curl request?

    Real browser emulation when sending requests through code is crucial for getting a successful response from the target site.
    In order to achieve that you should do the following steps:

    • Open Chrome browser
    • Open developer tools using Ctrl + Shift + I
    • Navigate to Network tab
    • Run your target URL in address bar
    • Right click the first request on the Network tab to open the context menu
    • Click 'Copy as cURL', and the full request with real browser headers will be copied to your clipboard
    • Use this request to emulate real browser

    How to measure successful requests?

    Requests that are returned with http status code 200, 300 or 404 are considered successful by default. In case you want to customize the rule to determine a successful request you can contact your success manager and he will configure that for you.
    The Proxy Manager calculates success rate as the number of successful requests out of the total requests and you can view your success ratio performance breakdown by "Port" and as "Overall" ratio.
    View your success rate (available from version 1.65.923) as shown in the example below.

    Custom headers

    Why should I use custom headers?

    Custom headers are mainly meant to make the request more specific. You should use it in cases when you need to mimic a human user behavior or pass custom parameters with your requests that are needed by the target site.
    Sending requests without headers can make it easier for the target site to mark the IP as proxy and can make your request get detectable by the target site and eventually reduce your request's success rate.

    How can I add headers to my LPM ports?

    You can either use the 'random user agent' preset and/or add your own headers through the 'Headers' tab in your port settings.
    Once headers added on your port, all the requests made through this port will be sent with the added headers in the request payload.
    You can find specific User-Agents in this User-Agent database.

    See below example on how to set it up in LPM:

    Refresh IPs

    Why to refresh IPs?

    Using the same IP for a long period of time makes it easier for the target website to mark the IP as proxy and can make your request get detectable by the target website. Refreshing your IPs will result in allocation of new IPs from Luminati instead of your existing ones in your pool allowing you to gain control over your pool and reach higher success rates.

    How can I refresh the IP using LPM admin panel?

    The link tester is a tool that shows the exact path of redirections (hops) your link will go through until it reaches the final destination URL.
    Simply insert any link and see a clear path of redirections in addition to a visual snapshot of the final target site.

    • Go to our LPM API setup
    • Click Try it out and fill the form
    • Click Execute
    • Copy the command you need (for the browser/code)
    • Run the command (browser/code)

    Presets

    Long single session (IP)

    All requests share the same long session (IP). For connecting a browser to Luminati, maintaining the same IP for as long as possible.

    Watch now: How to set a long single session

    Session (IP) per machine

    Each requesting machine will have its own session (IP). For connecting several computers to a single Luminati Proxy Manager, each of them having its own single session (IP).

    Watch now: How to set a session IP per machine

    Round robin

    Round-robin pool of pre-established sessions (IPs). For spreading requests across large number of IPs. Tweak pool_size, max_requests & proxy_count to optimize performance

    Watch now: How to set a round-robin preset

    High performance

    Each request will be sent through multiple super proxies in order to gain better speed and to have a high success rate.
    Note: This preset will increase the bandwidth you use.

    Watch now: How to set an high performance preset

    Random User-Agent and cookie headers

    This preset will have the the same settings as "Sequential session" and in addition will rotate User-Agent and cookies on each request.

    Watch now: How to set a random user-agent

    Collecting only the information you need

    The Proxy Manager Online Shopping preset creates for you a port with all the necessary settings in order to collect only the relevant information you need and easily create product database info from the target site.
    The default settings with Online Shopping preset is for a product page that will return: title, price and product feature list.
    See example below:

    Watch now: How to set an online shopping preset

    The Online Shopping preset provide you with adjustable scraping modules. This means that you can set the response to fit your needs for each target site.
    You can find and set the modules in the "Rules" tab.
    Using the Online Shopping preset will ensure that you almost never be blocked on shopping sites.
    Example of request using product page URL including user-agent and cookie:curl --proxy 127.0.0.1:24000 "https://www.example.com/ASICS-Gel-Venture-Running-Black-Phantom/dp/B01N8PMBK9/ref=sr_1_3?s=fashion-mens-intl-ship&ie=UTF8&qid=1546755903&sr=1-3" -H "user-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/71.0.3578.98 Safari/537.36" -H "cookie: session-id=146-8737485-9609151; session-id-time=2082787201l; ubid-main=130-06566-85313; x-wl-uid=1NA3QKNi3wfjNmXChAdgRGG7UKmcVow7hXYVwReXDvoLtZNKqen0THE0=; session-token=rffNUqxqqvEsRFrmPCK+u+SIlhyhH1YQrqRtRH8hNP6NX9Lflb+ISesFGyJ5Bd4jqCFXzXCT1x0Sfjhs/ldnme4C6goC+rErfaS11rrKdf/mYO3AEQaCkACSZqDUeriEo5UPcXrZtxi+hToVfcXIO4JwuCrH4qvONQAPrgE5J3CHPfyAMO/yAuh5MPyFEIL0MfGHYbhN3; skin=noskin; csm-hit=tb:3TVET6PFYJG42+s-X9THVXYX92M^|157698941^&t:15495102^&adb:adblk_no" --compressed -v -k

    Troubleshooting

    • Collect the right header:
      In the browser console (i.e F12), go to Network tab and select the item named display.html and copy the Request header (e.g. POST) details such as user-agent and cookie.
    • Online shopping preset not working:
      Make sure you are targeting a product page (URL is containing /dp/) and Regex is true.
    • Using the same data-center IP or range multiple times with no change will flag the IP and the range

    How to use rules, triggers and actions?

    A rule is a pair of Trigger and Action. The Proxy Manager will scan the HTML response on every request and if the trigger rule you select is 'true' the action will be executed automatically. An example of a rule setup can be shown below:

    Watch now: How to set a Proxy Manager rules

    Increase speed of your requests using fast IP rule

    If you need to maintain certain speed performance on your requests, this rule can help you achieve it.
    Setting up this rule will allow you to use IPs that are faster than others to increase the speed of your requests.

    In the example below you will see the following setup:

  • Rule type 'Maximum request time' with value of 1000 milliseconds
  • Action type 'Save IP to fast pool' and the 'Fast pool size' set to 10

  • What will happen with this rule?
    Once request time (the time to load your request start to finish) is up to 1000 milliseconds the IP (session) used for this request will be inserted into the pool. IPs will be added until pool size is reached (in our example once we have stacked 10 fast IPs).
    NOTE: Each IP in the pool will be pinged every 45 seconds in order to keep it connected (this operation consumes bandwidth).
    Once the pool size is filled with the desired amount of fast IPs, any future requests will be made using the IPs from the pool. Since those are proven to be fast, your request speed performance will improve.

    See image of the rule setup in the LPM:

    Get a list of banned IPs

    Rules section can also be used to ban IPs which will trigger rules you set. This can be done in a similar to the Fast IPs pool.
    To get the list of IPs you choose to ban you can use the following API string: 127.0.0.1:22999/api/banlist/{port_number}

    Unblock error codes

    Error code responds can trigger an IP refresh or try with new IP using the Proxy Manager Rules with the following steps:

    • Add a new rule at Luminati Proxy Manager, rules tab
    • Select 'Status code' as the rule type
    • Trigger the rule by selecting the relevant status code to scan (i.e 501, 402, 301, etc)
    • Select the desired outcome such as 'Refresh IP' or 'Try with new IP'

    Watch video: unblock error codes

    Get notified by email when a rule is triggered

    The proxy manager offers an option to activate an email notification for each rule you create:
    When the rule will be triggered you will get an email notifying that a rule was triggered and will describe exactly what rule and in which port.
    Example:

    Does Luminati Proxy Manager support multiple proxies?

    Yes. Luminati Proxy Manager supports multiple proxies.
    You can configure multiple proxies from Luminati Proxy Manager UI and from the command line.

    • From the Luminati Proxy Manager UI click the 'Add a proxy' button at the Proxies page and configure the new proxy
    • From the command line you need to provide a config file that will configure the different proxies with their different targeting settings.
      [ {"port":24000, "country":"us"}, {"port":24001, "country":"hk"} ]
      It is also possible to configure each proxy in its own JSON file, and pass Luminati proxy multiple config files in the command line

    How to multiply ports

    • Go to "General" tab
    • Add the number of ports you want to multiply in the "Multiply proxy port" input.

    Once you set the number of multiplied ports you need the proxy manager will generate the sequential ports identical to the port you configured.
    This is a very powerful feature when you need to create many ports with the same settings but only set it once.

    Multiply ports per gIP

    • Go to "General" tab
    • Select "Yes" from the "Multiply proxy port per gIP" drop-down list
    • Select the gIPs from the gIPs list
    • Click "OK"

    Once you set the number of multiplied ports per gIP you need, the proxy manager will generate sequential ports with only one gIP per port from the list you choose.

    Multiply ports per DC IP

    • Go to "General" tab
    • Select "Yes" from the "Multiply proxy port per IP" drop-down list
    • Select the IPs from the IPs list
    • Click "OK"

    Once you set the number of multiplied ports per IP you need, the proxy manager will generate sequential ports withonly one IP per port from the list you choose.

    How to enable logging?

    Logging can be controlled from "Debugging" section.

    • Go to "Debugging" section
    • From "Log level" Choose the logging level you need

    The Proxy Manager has the following logging levels:

    1. none
    2. error (default)
    3. warn
    4. info
    5. debug
    6. silly

    Can the Proxy Manager save request/response history?

    Yes, by enabling the '--history' flag. When history mode is enabled, both request and response headers will be saved to a local database. They can later be accessed under the "Proxies" section. The history option can also track HTTPS, by enabling the '--ssl' flag. For additional details, see the Luminati Proxy Manager GitHub page.
    This can also be done through the Proxy Manager dashboard by enabling Log request history and Enable SSL sniffing under the General settings section.

    How can I view the request/response history database?

    The requests history is stored in a sqlite3 DB which can be examined using the sqlite3 command-line tool. You can provide the argument--database_history [filename]in order to specify where the history should be stored.

    The requests history is stored in a table called 'request' within the database. You can examine the table definition like this:

    $ sqlite3 history.db sqlite> .schema request CREATE TABLE request(port INTEGER , url TEXT , method TEXT , request_headers undefined , request_body undefined , response_headers undefined , status_code INTEGER , status_message TEXT , timestamp INTEGER , elapsed INTEGER , response_time INTEGER , node_latency INTEGER , proxy_peer TEXT , country TEXT , timeline undefined , super_proxy undefined , username undefined , content_size INTEGER , context TEXT );

    You can then run sql statements against the 'request' table either inside the sqlite3 REPL environment or directly from the command line. For example, to get the first ten requests with the proxy port, request URL, and timestamp:

    $ sqlite3 history.db "SELECT port, url, timestamp FROM request LIMIT 10" 24000|http://lumtest.com/myip.json|1488984785367 24000|http://lumtest.com/myip.json|1488984785367 24000|http://lumtest.com/myip.json|1488984785364 24000|http://ipinfo.io/|1488984785358 24000|http://ipinfo.io/|1488984795009

    You can look at the table schema above to see exactly which columns are available. The output format of the results and many other things can be controlled by options to the sqlite3 command.
    Request/Response history can also be viewed through the Proxy Manager dashboard by clicking the history icon for each port.

    Log viewer

    Improve success rate with the Log viewer

    The Log viewer presents real time HAR (HTTP Archive) log files generated from your requests that are sent through the Proxy manager.
    HAR (HTTP Archive) files contain a log of HTTP/S requests and responses, headers, body content and they are excellent for debugging HTTP/S requests.
    Using the Log viewer can help you debug your requests and easily improve your success rate by removing/fixing unwanted results.
    NOTE: In order to view logs of HTTPS requests you must enable 'ssl analyzing' and install Luminati ssl certificate. In addition, logs are running through port 22998 so you will need to allow this port on your local machine in case it is blocked.

    How to limit the amount of logs saved

    Saving logs is a great way to debug issues when they appear but for some request there is no need to save logs.
    Therefore, you can set a limit on the amount of requests you want to save logs for.

    • Click on the "General settings" icon →
    • Select "Yes" from the "Enable recent stats" drop-down list
    • Select from "Enable logs for" the number of requests/megabytes you want to save

    Trust Luminati SSL Certificates

    Some features require the proxy manager to have access to https traffic. This can be done by enabling the SSL analyzing feture on the LPM port you are working with and adding the Luminati Certificate Autority (CA) as a trusted CA.

    How does it work?

    Behind the hood LPM will create a secure encypted https connection with the target site, decrypt the traffic to log requests and run rules based on your settings and then pass the repsonse back to your client in an encypted https connection with a certifcate signed by our CA certificate.

    How do I add the Luminati certifacte as a trusted CA?

    Download the certificate and install it as described below in your preferred browser.
    If you use your own code you will have to add our certifacate as a trusted CA for self signed certificates. It is also possible to ingore SSL exceptions from your code for testing or if you use a HTTPS connection to our super proxy.

    Firefox browser

    • Type in the address bar: about:preferences#advanced
    • Go to Certificates tab and click View Certificates.
    • Go to Authorities tab and click Import.
    • Select the certificate file you have downloaded.
    • Make sure that "Trust this CA to identify websites" is checked and click OK.
    • Click OK and go to an SSL-protected website to check that everything is working as expected.

    Chrome browser

    • Download the certificate file
    • Go to the browser setting page and selectManage certificates
    • Click Import and Next
    • Click Browse and select the certificate you just downloaded, and click Next
    • Select Place all certificates in the following store and click Browse
    • Select Trusted Root Certification Authorities, click OK and then Next
    • Click Finish. "The import was successful message" should appear.

    Other browsers under Linux

    • Copy the downloaded certificate file ca.crt to the /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/ folder.
    • Run sudo update-ca-certificates. The output of the command should state that 1 certificate was added.
    • Go to an SSL-protected website to check that everything is working as expected.

    Other browsers under Mac OS

    • Double click the downloaded certificate file.
    • Select "X509 Anchors" from the Keychain drop-down list.
    • Click OK and enter your credentials when asked.
    • Click OK and go to an SSL-protected website to check that everything is working as expected.

    iOS

    • Open up Safari
    • Navigate to this page and download the certificate using this link, but first read the following two items.
    • Click Install and provide your pass-code
    • Click Install in the top right corner and then Done
    • You can now go to an SSL-protected website in any browser installed in your system to check that everything is working as expected.

    Android

    • Download the following certificate and save it on your phone.
    • On your phone, look for the certificate through 'My files'.
    • Enter you password and press next.
    • Choose a name, preferably something you will recognize like Luminati.
    • Under 'Used for', choose 'VPN and apps' and click OK.
    • You can now go to an SSL-protected website in any browser installed in your system to check that everything is working as expected.

    What server do I need to run LPM?

    You can run LPM anywhere: on Linux, Windows, Mac or in a Docker instance. Because the amount of RAM, Bandwidth (BW) and disk space used varies based on your usage we recommend starting with a small simple server and scaling up horizontally or vertically to suit your needs.

    To start off we recommend using a server from Digital Ocean (because of their bandwidth policy) see specs below.

    Digital Ocean server specs:

    • 2GB RAM
    • 1 CPU
    • Ubuntu 16 LTS

    How to use parallel LPM instances for high performance

    When you don't want to overload one LPM with to many requests you can create several instances of the LPM on different servers.
    The best way to do so is by following the next steps:

    • Install the LPM locally and set all of the ports as needed
    • Save the config file
    • Install the LPM on the servers you want to use
    • Import the config file to the luminati_proxy_manager directory in the servers
    • Split your traffic between the servers
    request 1 -> [first server IP]:24000
    request 2 -> [second server IP]:24000

    Using the LPM with this method will make sure you are not overloading one LPM instance and it will help you keep the same configuration across all instances.
    This means you can send requests from same port with the same country at the same time on each instance.

    Do I need to take any specific security measures when using Luminati Proxy Manager?

    It is important to ensure that Luminati Proxy Manager is only accessible when working either in environments that are strictly under your control or via a secured connection such as VPN. In addition, if installed on a remote server, it is best to:

    Block unwanted sources from using the Proxy Manager's ports

    Whitelist IPs on all your ports inside the Proxy Manager to ensure usage on those ports is only from allowed and wanted sources. While this feature is enabled, only the listed IPs will be allowed to send requests through the port with this configuration. Using this feature will ensure the bandwidth you pay for is consumed only by trusted sources.
    See example below how to add whitelist IPs for specific port:


    Block unwanted users from editing the Proxy Manager settings

    Whitelist admin access to ensure only authorized IPs can perform changes to your LPM settings. This will block the admin page and the LPM's API when it is accessed from outside the server (where the LPM is hosted) from IPs which are not whitelisted.
    See example below how to easily add IPs to whitelist in General Settings:
    See example below, how to add whitelisted IPs to access the admin UI directly from the config file:

    Authentication using token

    If you are using multiple crawlers with changing ips to send requests to remote Proxy Manager server you will need to generate a token to use for authentication on the Proxy Manager:

    • Run Luminati process from inside the server
    • From the Proxy Manager's server run in terminal/command line:
      curl -X GET "http://127.0.0.1:22999/api/gen_token" -H "accept: application/json"
    • You should be seeing the token response:
      "token":"TOKEN STRING"
    After generating a token you have two options: either use the token to whitlist the new IP once when the crawler server is set up or include the token in the proxy auth of each request:
    To make requests use the token in the proxy auth use username "token" and the acual token as the password, for example:
    • curl -x token:TOKEN_STRING@127.0.0.1:24000 http://lumtest.com/myip.json
    To whitelist your new server IP so you don't need to send it in proxy auth:
    • Copy the token from LPM server to new crawler server
    • Make this request from your new server:
      curl [REMOTE_SERVER_IP]:22999/api/add_wip -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "Authorization:[TOKEN_STRING]" -d '{"ip":"[CRAWLER_IP]"}'
    • Your crawler ip is now whitelisted on the Proxy Manager
    • NOTE: this will not give access to the Proxy Manager's admin panel but only to send requests through the ports

    Integrating the Proxy manager with third party apps

    The proxy manager is an Open-Source project that can be installed in various environments and used as proxy server in any application.
    Below are few examples for which LPM can be used as the proxy server inside third party applications.
    Most of the third party apps require ip:port:username:password format. When you integrate the Proxy manager with any third party app there is no need in username and password and it is ok to leave username:password empty as each port in the Proxy Manager keeps the credentials of the used zone in it.
    Example for port 24000:IP:PORT:USERNAME:PASSWORD → 127.0.0.1:24000:[empty]:[empty]

    Integrate the LPM with Multilogin app

    1. Install the proxy manager and run it
    2. Create your desired port/s in the proxy manager (example port 24000)
    3. Install Multilogin on your operating system and run it
    4. Create 'New browser profile' in Multilogin
    5. Go to 'Proxy' settings
    6. 'Edit proxy' in proxy settings
    7. Select 'Connection type" as 'HTTP proxy'
    8. Insert in the 'Address' your lpm process address ('127.0.0.1' if it is running on your local machine or server IP if the LPM is installed on a remote server)
    9. Insert the port number you want this profile to go through as proxy (example 24000)

    Now your Multilogin browser profile should route all the request through the proxy manager's port you selected

    See example below with instructions from the Multilogin application:

    Integrate the LPM with Insomniac browser

    Setting a new zone
    Setting the Proxy Manager
    • Install the Proxy Manager and run it
    • Create a new port (example port 24000)
    • Go to "Targeting" tab and select United States
    • Go to "Request speed" tab and select DNS lookup as Remote - resolved by peer
    • Go to "Rules" tab and set the following rules:
      1. Status code: 403 - ban IP for 50 min
      2. Status code: 402 - retry with a new IP
      3. Status code: 504 - retry with a new IP
        (any other status code can be added with a retry if received)
    • Go to "General" tab and set the following
      1. "Enable SSL logs" as "Yes"
      2. Multiply proxy port(The amount of tabs you need to open in the browser)
    • Download your ports list as .csv file
    • Edit your .csv file to look as the following example:
    Setting Insomniac browser
    • Install Insomniac browser
    • Click on the Insomniac Proxy Per Tab extension
    • Click Manage Proxy list
    • Click Add Bulk Proxies
    • Click Import Proxy List
    • Choose the file you saved from LPM
    • Click Open
    • List of LPM proxies should appear
    • Click Insomniac Proxy Per Tab and choose "Rotate through proxies in order"
    • go to settings/manage certificate and import luminati certificate into the trusted root authorities
    • Open a new tab
    • Use this URL to see that you are getting IP of your choice http://lumtest.com/myip.json
    • Browse to your target site using your configured proxies

    Selenium integration

    • Set proxy to your local machine by adding 127.0.0.1
    • Add port from the Proxy Manager ports list, for example port 24000

    Selenium and Proxy Manager integration example:

    const {Builder, By, Key, until} = require('selenium-webdriver'); const proxy = require('selenium-webdriver/proxy'); (async function example(){ let driver = await new Builder().forBrowser('firefox').setProxy(proxy.manual({ http: '127.0.0.1:24000', https: '127.0.0.1:24000' })).build() try { await driver.get('http://lumtest.com/myip.json'); driver.switchTo().alert().accept(); } finally { await driver.quit(); } })();

    Puppeteer integration

    • Set proxy to your local machine by adding 127.0.0.1
    • Add port from the Proxy Manager ports list, for example port 24000

    Puppeteer and Proxy Manager integration example:

    const puppeteer = require('puppeteer'); (async () => { const browser = await puppeteer.launch({ headless: false, args: ['--proxy-server=127.0.0.1:24000'] }); const page = await browser.newPage(); await page.authenticate(); await page.goto('http://lumtest.com/myip.json'); await page.screenshot({path: 'example.png'}); await browser.close(); })();

    Watch video: connecting Puppeteer and Selenium with Proxy Manager

    How to configure SOCKS5 protocol?

    In Proxy Manager, every port that is created will listen by default to HTTP/HTTPS and SOCKS5. In case a SOCKS5 connection is created, the LPM convert will automatically convert the requests to HTTP/HTTPS. Meaning that nothing has to be configured in order to open SOCKS5 connection to the LPM.
    See example of SOCKS5 request using curl on port 2400:curl -x socks5h://localhost:24000 http://lumtest.com/myip.json
    Same 24000 port can be used for HTTP like this:curl --proxy localhost:24000 http://lumtest.com/myip.json

    How to reduce the amount of data in a response?

    • Go to "General" tab
    • Select "Yes" from "Enable SSL logs"
    • Go to "Rules" tab
    • Select "URL" from "Rule type" drop-down list
    • Choose any file type to apply regex expression
    • Select "Null response" from "Action type" drop-down list

    In the following example below the Proxy Manager will return a null response (0kb and still status code 200) for all requests that ends with any of the file type endings .jpg|.png|.gif etc.
    Use this option when you want to reduce the amount of data you wish to get in your response.

    How to reduce the amount of BW used to maintain a pool of sessions/IPs?

    If you are using a pool of IPs built by rules LPM is sending a small request to lumtest.com/myip.json to keep the session active.
    You can tell if you have sessions maintained by looking at the sessions list from the "Log" tab of the port. If the port is left idle for long periods of time you can disbaled the pool after 1h of of idle time to save BW:
    Go to "IP control" tab and set "Idle pool" to "Yes".

    How to set a port name

    • Go to "General" tab
    • Set the port name in the "Internal name" input

    When managing many ports it is easy to lose track of each port's configuration. This is why It is important to create an internal name for each one.
    The name you choose for your port should be one that gives you info about the port configuration (e.g. 'US_verizon', 'US_mobile', etc).
    After you provided a name for your ports they will appear next to the port number in every feature of the LPM. This way you will be able to manage all your ports easily, remember the settings of each port, assign users etc.

    How to reset the LPM?

    Windows

    Make sure the LPM isn't currently running.
    On file explorer go to C:\Users\your_user.
    Delete the folder called luminati_proxy_manager.
    The next time you will run the LPM all the logs and the config will be deleted.

    Linux/MacOS

    Make sure the LPM isn't currently running.
    Run on terminal: rm -rf ~/luminati_proxy_manager
    The next time you will run the LPM all the logs and the config will be deleted.

    How do I get support for Proxy Manager?

    You can either contact your Success Manager or submit a bug from the admin panel of the Proxy Manager (http://localhost:22999) see image below

    Luminati Extensão Chrome

    What is Luminati Chrome Extension?

    It’s a Chrome extension that allows you to use Luminati from your browser with minimum setup.
    Watch video: Luminati Chrome extension

    How can I start using it?

    Once you have an active account on Luminati, install the extension here, set up your zone and start browsing from anywhere in the world.

    Can I let other people use the extension without providing my account credentials?

    Yes. They will need to go to the extension setup page and login with the customer name,zone name and zone key of the zone you wish to let them access. All the zone info is available in the zones section.
    You can also use this link in order to automatically insert your guest-login credentials:https://luminati.io/cp/bext?customer=CUSTOMER-NAME&zone=ZONE-NAME&key=ZONE-KEY

    Can multiple machines use the extension on the same account?

    Yes. there is no limit on how many extensions are logging to the same account.

    How can I change the extension's settings?

    Open Extension setup page and change settings such as Zone, Country, Custom Headers, or anything necessary. Click 'Apply' when done, and your extension will be updated with the new setup.

    Why am I getting an 'error' message when I setup the extension?

    There are few possible reasons for proxy error when setting up the extension:

    • A zone was not selected. Make sure that the form is filled correctly.
    • Your account is 'disabled'. You can easily check this on your Dashboard.
    • You have a negative balance. Check this in your Billing section.
    • Luminati network status issues. You can check the network live status here.

    When should I use custom headers?

    Custom headers are mainly meant to make the request more specific. You should use it in cases when you need to pass custom parameters with your requests to the target site. Every header should contain Name & Value and you can add as many headers as you like.

    Does the extension work in incognito mode?

    Yes. Luminati extension works on both regular and incognito mode.

    To enable incognito support on Chrome, do the following:

    • Type chrome://extensions in the chrome address bar
    • Make sure Allow in incognito is checked

    Why login message keeps appearing

    Luminati uses cookies to remember your login credentials in order to keep your user experience at its best. If you are using third-party extensions that regularly removes cookies from your device then you'll see the login message quite often.
    How can you avoid getting login message?
    In the top right corner you can click on "Delete Cookies". This will delete all the cookies from your device except Luminati's and Google's cookies so you could keep using our service with no interruptions and keep your chrome extensions alive.

    Quais serviços do Google são compatíveis?

    Qualquer "sessão de consulta única " para o Google, incluindo:

    • pesquisa do Google
    • Imagens do google
    • Google compras
    • Google books

    Uso comum Cases

    inteligência anúncio

    Veja quais anúncios estão sendo exibidos para palavras-chave em diferentes países, incluindo (clique duas vezes e serviços de anúncios do Google)

    Pesquisa de mercado

    Coletar informações sobre empresas, contatos locais e muito mais

    Busca de imagens ou outros conteúdos protegidos por direitos autorais

    Comparação de Preços

    Procurar produtos em sites de compras online e comparar preços entre diferentes fornecedores

    Rastreamento orgânico Keyword

    Mapeamento / classificação de uma empresa por várias palavras-chave em diferentes locais

    Proteção de marca

    Acompanhe os melhores resultados para as marcas de empresas e marcas comerciais

    Como começar?

    API do Luminati é compatível com múltiplas linguagens de codificação e é fácil de integrar

    exemplo de busca Google (procure por "táxi", sobre o "mês passado"):

    curl -v --proxy zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE:PASSWORD 'http://www.google.com/search?q=taxi&tbs=qdr:m' -o results_page.html

    exemplo busca de fotos Google (busca de logotipo Reddit):

    curl -v --proxy zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE:PASSWORD 'http:// www.google.com/searchbyimage?image_url=https://www.redditstatic.com/desktop2x/img/banner/banner-small-logo.png' -o results_page.html

    exemplos de compras do Google:

    curl -v --proxy zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE:PASSWORD 'http://www.google.com/search?q=lego+transformers&tbm=shop' -o results_page.html

    curl -v --proxy zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE:PASSWORD 'http://www.google.at/shopping/product/232536990647203309?biw=2048&bih=1937&output=search&q=8053672401714&oq=8053672401714' -o product_page.html

    Tipos de erros

    • 407: Auth Failed
      Vários erros de autenticação (nome de usuário incorreto / senha, ip não na whitelist, zona desactivada, não tem permissão para solicitar cidade / ASN / região especificado)
    • 502: No peers available
      Atualmente não temos peers na região que você solicitou
    • 502: only http requests are allowed, https is forbidden
    • 502: path must be one of /search, /complete/search, /searchbyimage, /shopping/product
    • 502: one of these parameters must be present: q, image_url
      parametro obrigatório está em falta (q for /search or image_url for /searchbyimage)
    • 502: invalid value of gl param - should be country code
    • 502: requested language (hl param) is unsupported
    • 502: google search is currently disabled
      Nós desativamos os recurso de pesquisa do Google devido a alguma razão
    • 502: text/shopping/image search is currently disabled
      Nós desativamos buscas específica Google devido a alguma razão
    • 502: strict mode, query params not supported: gws_rd
      Se você passar &lum_strict=1 como parâmetro de consulta, vamos verificar que todos os parâmetros serão passados ​​para o Google, sem alterações, caso contrário, silenciosamente ignoraremos os parâmetros desconhecidos
    • 502: strict mode, important headers not supported: user-agent
      Se você passar &lum_strict=1 como parâmetro de consulta, vamos verificar que todos os cabeçalhos serão passados ​​para o Google, sem alterações, caso contrário, silenciosamente ignoraremos os headers desconhecidos
    • 502: start/gbv param is not supported for mobile platform
    • 502: only start<100 and divisible by 10 is supported
    • 502: timeout
      Conexão a Peer expirou (depois de várias tentativas com diferentes pees)
    • 502: captcha_last_attempt
      Falha com resposta captcha (403 / redireccionado para captcha) depois de várias tentativas
    • 502: response_not_200
      Falha com a resposta errônea (4xx / 5xx) do Google depois de várias tentativas

    Integração

    Como faço para integrar Luminati como minha rede proxy?

    A maneira recomendada para integrar Luminati é através do código aberto Luminati Gerenciador de Proxies. Alternativamente, você pode encontrar a API Luminati here.

    Como faço para integrar Luminati em uma ferramenta de automação navegador web?

    Integrando a Luminati em uma ferramenta de automação navegador web, como selênio ou Puppeteer pode ser feito por via da Luminati Super Proxy do proxy que é zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 e autenticar com as suas credenciais zona Luminati.
    O nome de usuário e senha da zona específica pode ser encontrar no Exemplos de API.
    Watch Luminati Navegador webinar Automation
    Integrating Luminati super proxy with Selenium:

    const {Builder, By, Key, until} = require('selenium-webdriver'); const proxy = require('selenium-webdriver/proxy'); (async function example(){ let driver = await new Builder().forBrowser('firefox').setProxy(proxy.manual({ http: 'zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225', https: 'zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225' })).build() try { await driver.get('http://lumtest.com/myip.json'); driver.switchTo().alert().sendKeys('lum-customer-USERNAME'+Key.TAB+'PASSWORD'); driver.switchTo().alert().accept(); } finally { await driver.quit(); } })();

    NOTE: The latest FireFox version that supports the above code is 66.0.5. Newer versions support IP:PORT format, so using newer FireFox versions can be done through LPM configuration.


    Integrating Luminati super proxy with Puppeteer:

    const puppeteer = require('puppeteer'); (async () => { const browser = await puppeteer.launch({ headless: false, args: ['--proxy-server=zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225'] }); const page = await browser.newPage(); await page.setUserAgent('Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/60.0.3112.113 Safari/537.36'); await page.authenticate({ username: 'lum-customer-USERNAME', password: 'PASSWORD' }); await page.goto('http://lumtest.com/myip.json'); await page.screenshot({path: 'example.png'}); await browser.close(); })();

    Watch video: connecting Puppeteer with Luminati super proxy
    Note: Chromium user-agent include "HeadlessChrome" that need to be replaced as shown in the example above using setUserAgent.

    Quais portas e protocolos são suportados pela Luminati?

    Portas 80 e 443 estão disponíveis por padrão, suportando protocolos HTTP e HTTPS.
    A tabela abaixo mostra protocolos de porta suportada:

    a PortaProtocolo
    80 HTTP
    443HTTPS

    Luminati é capaz de suportar portas adicionais por pedido. Cada pedido para suportar uma nova porta será seguido por um processo de conformidade dedicado e adicional com a equipe de compliance Luminati.
    Para permissões de portas adicionais, contacte Suporte Luminati.
    Exemplos de portas que requerem da Luminati avaliação de conformidade e prévia ativação:

    a PortaProtocolo
    43WHOIS
    80HTTPS
    4003HTTPS

    Posso usar Luminati em mais de um dispositivo?

    Sim. Você não está limitado pelo número de dispositivos, IPs, sessões, conexões simultâneas, ou geo-localização. Cobramos baseado apenas no tráfego que passa através da nossa rede. Veja o pacote básico Para maiores informações.

    Quantas sessões simultâneas posso usar?

    Nós não colocamos um limite para o número de sessões simultâneas usados.

    Como faço para configurar a rotação IP ao usar Luminati?

    Ao usar os comandos listados no gerenciador de proxy Luminati (LPM) GitHub page, o parâmetro "pedidos por sessão" é definido usando:--max_requests Requests per session [default: 50].Nossa API permite-lhe gerir a rotação em seu final, utilizando os parâmetros de sessão. Isso pode ser feito adicionando a sessão para o nome de usuário proxy:
    lum-customer-Customer-zone-YourZone-session-rand39484Alterando o número da sessão muda o IP também.
    rotação de IPs também podem ser gerenciados através do painel de edição no Gerenciador de Proxy no âmbito em Política IP.

    Posso selecionar o ISP ou ASN do IP?

    Sim. Você pode selecionar um IP por ASN. Contacte-nos em sales@luminati.iopara adicionar este recurso premium para a sua conta Luminati.

    Como posso selecionar um IP para um país específico?

    Os códigos de país têm codificação padrão ISO.
    Você pode encontrar o código certo para um país específico usando o nosso diagrama interativoe selecionando um país a partir do menu drop-down.

    Posso selecionar um IP por cidade?

    Sim. Nós oferecemos uma premium featureque permite selecionar a localização do IP a nível da cidade. Para habilitar uma zona da cidade em sua conta, entre em contato com seu representante de vendas na sales@luminati.io.
    Para obter instruções sobre a seleção de uma cidade usando a API, consulte Como usar a API Luminati.

    Como posso desconectar uma sessão do navegador?

    Você pode usar um dos seguintes métodos para desconectar uma sessão do navegador:

    • HttpRequest:
      • Desligar sessão de 1:new XMLHttpRequest().open('get', 'http://trigger.domain/hola_trigger?disconnect_sockets=1&all=1&reject=lum-customer-admin-zone-gen-session-1')
      • Desconectando sessão de 2:new XMLHttpRequest().open('get', 'http://trigger.domain/hola_trigger?disconnect_sockets=1&all=1&reject=lum-customer-admin-zone-gen-session-2')
    • browser:http://trigger.domain/hola_trigger?disconnect_sockets=1&all=1&reject=lum-customer-admin-zone-gen-session-1

    Só mudar o nome de usuário proxy como explicado API.

    Como faço para manter o mesmo IP em diferentes requisições?

    Se você quiser sair do mesmo IP em várias requisições, você deve usar o mesmo ID da sessão e certifique-se de que saia do mesmo super proxy para toda a duração da sua sessão.
    Por exemplo, obtenha um IP específico de Super Proxynslookup zproxy.lum-superproxy.ioChoose one of the resolved IPs and then use it with the same session:curl --proxy SUPERPROXY_IP:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-YOURZONE-session-rand1:YOURPASS "http://lumtest.com/myip.json"curl --proxy SUPERPROXY_IP:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-YOURZONE-session-rand1:YOURPASS "http://lumtest.com/myip.json"

    Como posso receber estatísticas, IPs recentes e IPs de data center ?

    Vou ao amostras APIpágina para ver como usar cada uma das nossas APIs.

    Estão visiveis ao site de destino os headers de autorização de proxy?

    Quando a conexão é estabelecida usando HTTP, o header de autorização de proxy é retirado da requisição antes da mesma ser encaminhada para o site de destino.
    Quando HTTPS é usado, a remoção do header da proxy-autorização depende do seu quadro.
    Sob o funcionamento normal deste header é enviado apenas na parte CONNECT do pedido, caso em que ele não vai chegar ao local de destino. Este é o cenário mais comum, e, portanto,
    sob circunstâncias normais e na maioria dos frameworks, não há necessidade de se preocupar com o header de autorização de proxy estar visível para o site de destino.

    No entanto, se por algum motivo o seu quadro envia este header bem na parte GET / POST do pedido HTTPS, nós não teremos acesso ao header de proxy-autorização e não podemos removê-lo.
    É altamente recomendado para testar esta questão com antecedência enviando um pedido para https://lumtest.com/echo.json e examinando os headers relatados na resposta.
    Se o header proxy-autorização é exposto ele aparecerá na resposta.

    Privacidade

    Pode uma peer interceptar trafego?

    Não. A Luminati sugere que seus clientes usem o tráfego HTTPS, o que é impossível de ser interceptado. Os clientes que escolhem usar HTTP distribuem seu tráfego pelos milhões de peers da Luminati e, portanto, nenhuma peer (ou mesmo grupos de milhares de peers) pode juntar quais as páginas da Internet que o cliente Luminati está escolhendo acessar.

    Existe alguma maneira de que o site de destino possa rastrear a origem do IP de volta para nós?

    Não. Quando um cliente Luminati envia uma requisição através da rede de proxy residencial Luminati, essa requisição é enviada para um “Super proxy” da Luminati, que é um servidor que retira informações de identificação (se houver) e envia essa requisição para um dos milhões de IPs residenciais que optaram pela rede Luminati. O IP do proxy na rede Luminati é um IP residencial, pertencente a um usuário real da Internet em uma geografia determinada e ao ISP da escolha dos clientes da Luminati. A requisição ao site de destino é originária desse IP e não pode ser rastreada até o Super Proxy , ou mais para trás do que para o cliente da Luminati.

    Regulamentos PIBR

    Luminati está totalmente empenhada em cumprir com todos os requisitos legais de proteção de dados relevantes, incluindo o novo quadro regulamentar de proteção de dados da UE - o Regulamento de Proteção de Dados Geral ( "PIBR").
    Como defensora entusiasta da segurança e privacidade na Internet, a Luminati entende a importância de fornecer aos indivíduos de dados um maior controle sobre sua privacidade e dados. Portanto, tomamos precauções consideráveis para garantir que nossas práticas de privacidade estejam em conformidade com as leis de proteção de dados, incluindo o GDPR e as melhores práticas do setor, respeitando, entre outras coisas, as solicitações dos titulares de dados para exercer seus direitos. Estamos constantemente examinando os desenvolvimentos legais aplicáveis, bem como as disposições relevantes do GDPR, a fim de desenvolver ferramentas para o uso dos nossos serviços em conformidade com os GDPR de nossos clientes.

    Como é que a Luminati lida com os nossos dados privados?

    Descubra quais os tipos de informação Luminati coleta, como está sendo usado e outros aspectos do modo em que a Luminati trata suas informações no privacy policy página.

    Performance and best practices

    Posso alteranar um IP a cada 15 segundos?

    Sim. Nosso trecho de código define uma mudança de IP por número de pedidos (o padrão é 40), mas pode ser modificado por você, para que o código mude a cada número de segundos também.Isso também pode ser feito através da edição Gerente Proxy de UI em Política de IP definindo a duração da sessão (segundos) para o valor desejado.

    Does Luminati compress the requests before sending them to the target site?

    No. The request will be sent as you specified it.
    Example:
    Make a request to lumtest.com/echo.json - it will show you the headers it received.
    You will see it's not changed.
    HTTP:
    curl -H "accept-encoding: deflate" --proxy zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-xxx-zone-gen:xxx "http://lumtest.com/echo.json"{"ip":"182.56.199.157","country":"IN","geoip":2232796061,"geo":{"city":"","region":"","postal_code":"","latitude":20,"longitude":77},"method":"GET","httpVersion":"1.1","url":"/echo.json","headers":{"host":"lumtest.com","x-real-ip":"182.56.199.157","x-forwarded-for":"182.56.199.157","x-forwarded-proto":"https","x-forwarded-host":"lumtest.com","user-agent":"curl/7.46.0","accept":"*/*","accept-encoding":"deflate"}}HTTPS:
    curl -H "accept-encoding: deflate" --proxy zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 --proxy-user lum-customer-xxx-zone-gen:xxx "https://lumtest.com/echo.json"{"ip":"82.80.37.34","country":"IL","geoip":674550570,"geo":{"city":"","region":"","postal_code":"","latitude":31.5,"longitude":34.75},"method":"GET","httpVersion":"1.1","url":"/echo.json","headers":{"host":"lumtest.com","x-real-ip":"82.80.37.34","x-forwarded-for":"82.80.37.34","x-forwarded-proto":"http","x-forwarded-host":"lumtest.com","accept":"*/*","user-agent":"curl/7.46.0","accept-encoding":"deflate"}}

    How can I see my current bandwidth usage with your API?

    You can see your current bandwidth usage with the following curl request:curl -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-gen-key-PASSWORD" "https://luminati.io/api/bw"

    What happens if a target website blocks the IP?

    It should not happen with the correct usage of our system, but if it does, just open a new session with a different IP.

    Can you recommend ways for us to speed up proxies and drop slow ones?

    In the 200 Response there is a field called "x-hola-timeline-debug".
    The time in the field is the latency between the last IP and the site. You can use that to measure up to evaluate IPs.

    How do I exclude a specific IP?

    You cannot remove specific IPs because the super proxy allocates them randomly. However, you can make a simple query to get the specific IP you want to exclude. Go to http://lumtest.com/myip and disconnect (change session).

    Why did I get the same IP after changing the session ID?

    Sometimes an HTTP client caches the proxy username/password and as a result you may get the same IP even after changing a session. Ensure that your code accurately follows Luminati's 'high performance' sample according to the language you use. This sample contains a specific code, which ensures that the HTTP client library you use does not cache the proxy when switching sessions.

    Super proxy IP caching

    The server zproxy.lum-superproxy.io will get the most available 3 super proxy IPs. You can directly connect to each of those IPs by using your credentials.
    Caching the super proxy IPs might improve latency eliminating additional hop. It is recommended to cache the super proxy IPs every 6-7 days.

    Event log

    For a quick overview of your usage, go to the event log in your zones page:

    The event log will show you one line of data for the first request made with each unique IP in the past hour.

    The presented data is:

    • Date: Time and date of the request
    • Zone: What zone was used for the request
    • Source IP: What IP the request was made from
    • URL: The target site of the request
    • Result: Success or Fail of the request

    Billing and payments

    Watch how Luminati billing works

    What is the time zone used for my billing cycle?

    All billing calculations are made according to our dashboard timezone which is UTC+0. How this can effect your billing? You have the option to enable and disable your zones. The time of enabling/disabling will be in UTC time therefore the daily charges will be applied accordingly.

    I joined the Luminati residential network. What is included in my price plan?

    After joining the Luminati residential network, you will be designated a starter price plan that you can later change to fit your needs. When adjusting a price plan for our residential network, you will have 2 factors to consider:
    Price per GB - Luminati’s pricing is calculated per GB bandwidth/transferred data. However, each of our price plans sets a different price per GB, so as you scale up in plans (that is, when you chose a plan with greater usage), the price per GB goes down.
    A minimum monthly commitment - Each plan requires you to commit to paying a minimum amount at the beginning of every month while your account is in “active” status. This minimum commitment will set the limits for your basic usage: once your usage goes over your minimum commitment amount, you will need to add additional funds to keep using our service. Learn more at our pricing page.

    I use both residential and data-center IPs. Will the payment for data-center IPs be taken from the minimum monthly commitment or on top of it?

    If you are using both residential and data-center IPs, payment for data-center usage will be taken from the minimum monthly commitment for residential IP plans.

    If I suspend my account will I keep the IPs allocated to me?

    No. If you choose to suspend your account, the IPs currently allocated to you will not be saved.

    Disabling zones to control your account usage and balance

    You can easily disable any of your zones if you want to stop using it for a while. Our billing system will not charge for days when your zones are disabled but rather only charge for the relative time the zones were active. you can activate them back at any given moment from your control panel.

    • Disabling all residential/mobile zones will also stop the pre-commit charges. as long as you have at least one active residential or mobile zone the pre-commit plan will be applied and charged for.
    • Disabling Data center zones or residential zones with dedicated IPs will release all IPs to the pool

    What is the cost for refreshing data-center IPs?

    Refreshing data-center IPs will have a different cost depending on the type of IP.

    • Refreshing dedicated data-center IPs: $0.5/refresh/IP
    • Refreshing dedicated domain data-center IPs: $0.04/refresh/IP
    • Refreshing shared data-center IPs: $0.02/refresh/IP

    What is the cost for Cooling period data-center feature?

    Cooling period will have a different cost depending on the type of IP.

    • Cooling period for exclusive data-center IPs: $0.02/cooling day/IP
    • Cooling period exclusive data-center IPs with unlimited domains: $0.08/cooling day/IP

    Can I change price plans at any time?

    Yes. Feel free to upgrade or downgrade price plans at any point in time. It’s simple. You can change price plans by entering the “zones” section of your luminati.io account. Just enter the specific zone, click on the edit button, and chose the price plan that fits your current needs. If you will change your plan in the middle of the month, we will calculate your minimum monthly commitment according to the relative part of the month each plan took place in.

    If I upgrade my price plan, will my account be suspended if I do not immediately add the missing funds for my new minimum monthly commitment?

    No. As long as you have not used up the balance that you began your month with, you may continue using our service without interruption.

    How does the Luminati billing cycle work?

    The billing cycle begins on the 1st of each month. You will pay your minimum monthly commitment on the first of the month. You may opt to setup automatic payment and we will charge your credit card or PayPal on the 1st of the month. You will be billed your monthly account commitment on the first day of each month as long as your account remains in “active” status.

    How does the Luminati billing cycle work if I am only using data-center IPs?

    When customers only use data-center IPs, we calculate their cost on a daily basis. We subtract this daily cost from the current balance in your account, showing the remaining balance available for use. Costs are calculated according to the IP types used (shared vs. dedicated), as well as bandwidth/GB used. We also calculate any additional costs for added features (like exclusive time or dedicated domain/host).
    You will be billed for the costs described above on the 1st of every month. The balance remaining in your account will reflect the amount available for future use.

    What happens if I join Luminati in the middle of the billing cycle (in the middle of the month)?

    If you join Luminati in the middle of the month, your first minimum account commitment payment will be charged on the day you join and usage will retroactively apply only to the days in which your account was active during the month.
    Example: You join the Luminati Residential Network on the June 25th, your price plan has a $500 minimum monthly commitment and you make your first payment of $500.
    What will happen on July 1st?

    • Our system will see your account was active for only 6 days during June which are 20% of the month, so the relative part of the minimum monthly commitment will be $100. Unless the cost of your usage was higher than that, $100 will be your cost for June.
    • We will send you an invoice and take $100 from your balance against June cost, leaving your balance with $400.
    • Since on the 1st of every month your balance needs to comply with your minimum monthly commitment, we will now charge your credit card for $100 in order to top it back to $500 to comply with your minimum monthly commitment for July.

    Do you have any advanced pricing plans that cover unlimited data volume?

    No, our pricing model is based on bandwidth usage. The rate per GB is determined based on a minimum monthly commitment; the higher the commitment, the lower the rate. Contact our sales team and specify your expected usage, to allow them to send you a user-defined quote. You can sign up for a 7-day free trial to evaluate the value of our solution and determine your expected monthly bandwidth usage.

    Do you offer a monthly subscription?

    All of our pricing plans are on a month-to-month basis, based on our license agreement.

    I plan on using more than my minimum account commitment in a specific month. Can I add funds to my commitment?

    Yes. You can add additional funds to your account at any time.

    What happens when my usage goes beyond my minimum account commitment?

    When you have used 85% of your account balance during a given month, you will receive an email requesting that you add funds to your account. If you do not add funds to your account, your account will continue to operate until you have used 100% of your account balance. Once you have reached usage amounting to 100% of your account balance, your account will be suspended unless additional funds are added.

    If my usage goes beyond my minimum monthly commitment balance, will my account keep working?

    No. Your account will not work once your balance runs out. Once your balance reaches $0 it will automatically be suspended.

    What if my usage in a given month is less than my minimum account commitment? Will my funds roll over to the next month?

    If your account remains in “active” status for the entire month, your monthly commitment will not roll over to the next month, regardless of whether your usage charges fell below the minimum commitment.
    While in 'active' status, your usage and billing calculations start over fresh on the first day of each month according to your price plan and monthly commitment.

    Can I limit my daily usage?

    Yes. In the Zone page under the "Usage spent limit" column it is possible to limit your daily usage in 2 ways:

    • Bandwidth(bytes)
    • Money spent(Dollars)

    Once you reach your daily usage the zone will automatically be suspended.

    Note the Zone limit is calculated every 15 minutes and will not take effect immediately so a zone might go over it's limit by 15 minutes of usage.

    NOTE: When the load is high statistics calculation may have a delay. In order to manually update the usage-statistics in your Zone, open the Zone by clicking on its name, go to the Statistics table, and press the [recalc] button near the desired date. Wait until the red "Loadiong..." notification at the top of the screen will disappear, and refresh the page. The stats will then be up-to-date.

    What if my account is not in “active” status for the entire month?

    You may opt to suspend your account at any time. If your account was not active for the entire month, your minimum monthly commitment will apply only for the relative part of the month in which your account was “active.” If you have remaining funds in your balance during a month in which you were inactive, you will not lose your balance, but will be charged to bring that balance up to the minimum monthly commitment on the 1st day of the next month.

    I need my account to remain active at all times. How can I prevent suspension of my account?

    To ensure that your account is never suspended, we highly recommend that you use automatic recharging. You can activate automatic recharging in the “billing” section of your luminati.io account. You can choose the amount you would like us to recharge. Only when your available balance drops below 85% of the account balance Or is less than $100 we will make the automatic recharge. The automatic recharge amount does not need to be the same as your minimum account commitment. The amount you choose is totally up to you!

    Does the cost structure differ by country?

    No, all countries are charged the same rate per GB.

    Which forms of payment do you accept?

    We have an automated billing system that supports payments that were carried out through PayPal or credit card.

    How do I register for payment through PayPal?

    Go to the billing page click on "Add Payment Method" button and select "PayPal" as your payment method. Now you can click the "Add Balance" button, and you will be redirected automatically to PayPal.

    How do I register for payment through credit card?

    Go to the billing page and click on "Add Payment Method" and select credit card as your payment method. Now you can click the "Add Balance" button and make a payment with your credit card.

    How is Bandwidth calculated?

    The bandwidth is calculated according to the sum of data transmitted to and from the target site: request headers+request data (POST)+response headers+response data.
    Note that traffic used during your trial will be listed on your dashboard but will not be counted towards your bill.

    Do I need to log in online to deposit the prepayment funds? What is the link and login details for this?

    Yes, we send a prepayment billing request to your email which can be completed from the billing page.

    Are there any countries that cannot use Luminati?

    We do not provide services to Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

    Is it best to upload credit card details?

    Yes, adding a credit card will enable us to process your payment immediately and activate your account.

    Will I receive an invoice?

    Yes. On the 1st of the month, you will receive an invoice. The invoice will provide details of your previous month’s usage. It will breakdown how your usage related to your minimum account commitment (and if applicable, any additional funds that were added during the course of the month).

    Why should I use Luminati when I can build my own proxy network and pay much less per GB?

    When building your own proxy network, you've leased servers with IPs, and you were allowed "unlimited" traffic from each IP. So if you consider the amount of traffic that you can stream from each such server, it seems that you are only paying a few cents per GB! But is that the case?
    There are three factors that affect your real cost per GB:

    • Utilization - most self-operated proxy networks utilize only 30% of the available capacity. With Luminati you can scale up/down immediately - no excess capacity. (a 3X difference)
    • Fail Rate - The average failure rate, or the more comprehensive term - misleading rate is 30%. Luminati residential network has a failure rate as low as 1%. (a 30X difference)
    • Developer Cost - The Luminati API can reduce the cost of the developer monitoring and fix the failed crawls and replace burnt out IPs - that can go up to $8,000/month. (a 2x difference)

    For example - A network of dedicated servers running 5TB/month, with a $0.1 price per GB, has a cost of $500 on traffic. However, this network has only 30% utilization, resulting in a threefold increase of the effective cost to $1,500; the network's failure rate is 30%, which increase the cost by 50% to $2,250; and the developer cost increases the cost to $10,250/month. Therefore, the effective price per GB is $2.05.
    With Luminati you can generate the same amount of traffic at a lower effective price, with a lower failure rate, and without collecting misleading information due to data-center IPs.

    I will not be using Luminati on a daily basis but on a per-project basis. Do I still need to pay the entire minimum monthly commitment?

    During time periods where you are not using our service, you can turn off your residential zones. Billing for residential services will only apply for the relative part of the month when the service was active.

    How many zones can I open in my Luminati account?

    You can open up to 50 zones in your Luminati account, free of charge. Each extra zone will cost $1/month

    Pricing

    Premium domains

    Our premium domains allows access to some of the email providers for verification purposes.
    The list of our premium domains contains the following:

    • mail.yahoo.com
    • mail.yahoo.co.jp
    • mail.aol.com
    • mail.aol.fr
    • mail.com
    • gmx.com
    • outlook.live.com
    • hotmail.live.com
    • outlook.com
    • mail.google.com

    Using our premium domains can be done through the Datacenter network and the price for premium domain is $100/GB.

    Sending proxy requests

    Terms

    • Client: Your machine running the scraping code. It connects to the Super Proxy to request URLs you wish to scrape.
    • Super Proxy: Luminati Super Proxy that distributes your requests through the Luminati network to the Luminati Proxy Peers.
    • Proxy Peer: The final device that sends your URL request to the target website. This is the IP that the website sees, it is a device that is part of the huge Luminati P2P network. It is a regular home PC, mobile phone or tablet, typically behind DSL, Cable Modem, or WiFi.
    • DC (datacenter) Proxy Peer: The final device that sends your URL request to the target website. This is the IP that the website sees, it is an IP that is part of the huge Luminati datacenter network.

    Using the system

    • You send your requests to the Super Proxy, and the Super Proxy relays them through a Proxy Peer on our network.
    • You can specify to the Super Proxy which country/state/city the Proxy Peer should be in, when to force a switch to a different IP address within the country, where DNS is resolved and other parameters.
    • The control is done by -country-CODE suffixes after username.
      Example for Brazil: lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-br
    • Country/City/ASN names added to your username string has to be connected , without dashes or spaces.
      Example for city targeting (New York City):lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-us-city-newyork
      Example for state targeting (New York State):lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-us-state-ny
      Our location reference is based on MaxMind's geolocation database, so spelling must be coordinated with their list

    Obtaining addresses of Super Proxies

    • Super Proxies are available under zproxy.lum-superproxy.io. This DNS name resolves to the set of currently fastest Super Proxies.

    Additional options for obtaining Super Proxies

    • To refresh the set of Super Proxies, use customer-{customer_id}-session-12345.zproxy.lum-superproxy.io where 12345 is a new unique number every time. You can combine 'servercountry' and 'session' parameters like so:customer-{customer_id}-session-12345-servercountry-gb.zproxy.lum-superproxy.io

    Session IP persistence

    • In many cases you may want to run several parallel sessions from the same Client, use different Proxy Peers per session, and be able to change them when needed.
      This can be done by adding the session to the proxy username and targeting a specific Super proxy:
      1.1.1.1:22225 lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-session-rand39484
      Generate the random number on thread startup, and change it when you want to change the Proxy Peer assigned for the thread's connection.
    • Use the same super proxy by storing the IP used from a DNS request to zproxy.lum-superproxy.io: nslookup zproxy.lum-superproxy.io
      if you don't use the same super proxy you won't be able to keep the same proxy peer IP.
    • Session ID can be any random string/counter: requests with same session string will use the same Proxy Peer (as long as possible); requests with different session strings will be assigned different Proxy Peers.
    • To force an IP change, just modify the session ID
    • If an assigned Proxy Peer(exit node IP) becomes unavailable, the Super Proxy will return an error "502 - No peers available" for the first request and then on the second request the super proxy will assign a new peer even if you do not change the session ID.
    • The Session IP is kept persistent up to 1 minute of idle time. After a minute with no requests, the IP is released back to the pool.
      To keep this Session/IP for longer, send a tiny keep-alive request every 30 seconds, to prevent this session from becoming idle for over a minute.
      This request may be anything small, such as /favicon.ico or even a request that returns 404 (as long as the web server does not disconnect the socket due to this request).
    • If you have multiple Clients and would like to ignore your Clients source IP (which is used together with you session ID to create a session), then you want to use global session then add glob_ as a prefix to your session:
      lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-session-glob_rand39484
      Generate the random number on thread startup, and change it when you want to change the Proxy Peer assigned for the thread's connection.

    Knowing the IP of the Proxy Peer

    • For HTTP the IP is in the response header x-hola-ip
      Example for Proxy Peer IP of 5.6.7.8:
      request
      GET /index.html HTTP/1.1
      User-Agent: curl/7.35.0
      Host: example.com
      Accept: */*

      Response:
      HTTP/1.1 200 OK
      Content-Type: text/html
      x-hola-ip: 5.6.7.8
    • For HTTPS the IP is in the CONNECT response header x-hola-ip Example for Proxy Peer IP of 5.6.7.8:
      Request
      CONNECT example.com:80 HTTP/1.1
      Host: example.com:80
      Accept: */*

      Response:
      HTTP/1.1 200 OK
      Content-Type: text/html
      x-hola-ip: 5.6.7.8

    Super Proxy status

    • To “ping” the Super Proxy status run:http://zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225/ping
      You will receive its version number, IP and country where it's located.
      You can now tell if the super proxy is online if it returns the JSON properly like this:
      "version":"1.118.679","ip":"104.131.244.140","country":"US"

    Increasing performance

    • Reduce round-trip/latency:
      • Choose Proxy Peer IP via lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-br
        (Brazil for example) matching the destination site you connect to.
      • Use a few specific Super Proxies by IP to save time on the DNS lookup. see Obtaining addresses of Super Proxies).
    • Increase throughput: Run multiple parallel sessions with unique session IDs, from the same Client, where each session will be assigned a unique Proxy Peer using distinct session IDs.

    Controlling where DNS resolution is performed

    • If you use lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-dns-localdomain names will be resolved and cached by the Super Proxy.
    • If you wish to perform the DNS resolution at the Proxy Peer, use lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-dns-remote
      This is slower, but will give you the same IP as users in your chosen country receive.

    Controlling from where the request is performed

    • You can choose to perform the request from the super proxy directly instead of the IP of the peer. In that case the IP of the request will be the one of the Super proxy. You will need to add '-direct' to your request authorization string.lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-direct

    Country-specific proxy peer IP

    • Example for United States:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-us

    State-specific proxy peer IP

    • Example for California:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-us-state-ca

    City-specific proxy peer IP

    • You can choose to use a specific City from MaxMind's geolocation database make sure to use the spelling from their list.
    • Example for Los Angeles, United States:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-us-city-losangeles

    ASN-specific proxy peer IP

    • You can choose to use a specific ASN from a list of ASNs.
    • Example for ASN 1234:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-asn-1234

    Carrier-specific proxy peer IP

    • You can choose to use a specific carrier from this list: a1, aircel, airtel, att, celcom, chinamobile, claro, comcast, cox, digi, dt, docomo, dtac, etisalat, idea, kyivstar, meo, megafon, mtn, mtnza, mts, optus, orange, qwest, reliance_jio, robi, sprint, telefonica, telstra, tmobile, tigo, tim, verizon, vimpelcom, vodacomza, vodafone, vivo, zain, vivabo, telenormyanmar, kcelljsc, swisscom, singtel, asiacell, windit, cellc, ooredoo, drei, umobile, cableone, proximus, tele2, mobitel, o2, bouygues, free, sfr, digicel
    • Example for carrier Deutsche Telekom:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-carrier-dt
    • Example for carrier Sprint:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-carrier-sprint

    gIP-specific proxy peer IP

    • The list of available gIPs appear in Zone Settings, in the 'Show allocated gIPs' link.
      Example for gIP us_7922_fl_hollywood_0:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-gip-us_7922_fl_hollywood_0

    Specific residential proxy peer by IP

    • You can request a specific residential IP (without using gIP) if it is online and available from your zone by adding the -ip option to the proxy username.
      This is useful if you already have the IP you want to use from a previous session and it's critical to use the exact same IP. For most use-cases we recommend using gIPs to have better availability in the same go-location or session flag to keep an IP you get during a single session of use.
      Example:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-ip-111.222.333.444

    IP specific DC Proxy Peer

    • Example for DC IP 111.222.333.444:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-ip-111.222.333.444

    Country-specific DC Proxy Peer

    • Example for United States:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-country-us
      DC 'Global shared' zones currently support the following countries: AM, AR, AT, AU, AZ, BE, BO, BR, BY, CA, CH, CL, CN, CO, CZ, DE, DK, DO, EC, EE, ES, FI, FR, GB, GE, HK, ID, IE, IL, IN, IT, JM, JP, KG, KH, KR, KZ, LA, LK, LT, LU, LV, MD, MX, MY, NL, NO, NZ, PE, PH, RU, SE, SG, TH, TJ, TM, TR, TW, UA, US, UZ, VN

    Mobile proxy peer IP

    • Use mobile ip:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-mobile-true orlum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-mobile
    • Don't use mobile ip:lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-mobile-false

    OS proxy peer

    You can use the following Operating Systems

    • Windows: lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-os-windows
    • Mac: lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-os-osx
    • Android: lum-customer-{your_customer_id}-zone-{your_zone}-os-android

    Using luminati in standard windows 10 settings

    • Get your proxy addresszproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 for direct access 127.0.0.1:24000 for LPM
    • Open start menu (press WIN)
    • Type 'Internet Options'
    • Choose 'Connections' tab
    • Open 'LAN Settings'
    • Un-select 'Automatically detect settings'
    • Select 'Use proxy server for your LAN'
    • Select 'Bypass proxy server for local addresses'
    • Type port and address (zproxy.lum-superproxy.io or127.0.0.1) in appropriate fields
    • Click OK
    • Some applications will interfere with setting up the proxy settings - if that happens, look for a proxy/vpn related application and deactivate them.
    • If you are using Luminati directly (without proxy manager), you should also configure proxy credentials:
    • Open start menu (press WIN)
    • Type 'Manage Windows Credentials'
    • Click 'add generic credential'
    • Type address without port or protocol (zproxy.lum-superproxy.io)
    • Construct user-name as explained earlier and type it in. Also type in the password
    • Click OK
    • Not all applications will honor the credentials, some applications (like Chrome) will ask for credentials themselves

    Using luminati in Android settings

    • Open your device Settings app
    • Tap 'Wi-Fi'
    • Touch and hold the Wi-Fi network name
    • Tap 'Modify' network
    • Tap the down arrow next to 'Advanced options'
    • Tap the down arrow next to 'Proxy'
    • Select 'Manual' and enter proxy settings:
      • Proxy host name: zproxy.lum-superproxy.io
      • Proxy port: 22225
    • Check the 'Authenticate Server' option and enter username and password as can be found at http://luminati.io/cp/zones, click on the zone name, then click on 'Settings' tab. If this option is not available, your browser will prompt you to input these values
    • Tap 'Save'

    Using luminati in iPhone settings

    • Open your device Settings app and go to Wi-Fi
    • Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network you are connected to
    • Scroll to the bottom and you will find a section for 'HTTP Proxy'. This is set to 'Off' by default. Set it to 'Manual'
      • In the server slot enter: zproxy.lum-superproxy.io
      • In the port slot enter: 22225
    • Toggle the Authentication to 'On'
    • Enter username and password as can be found at http://luminati.io/cp/zones, click on the zone name, then click on 'Settings' tab.

    Using HTTPS for connection to SP

    let auth = 'USER:PASS'; let https = require('https'); let agent = new https.Agent({keepAlive: true, keepAliveMsecs: 5000, servername: 'zproxy.lum-superproxy.io'}) let conn = https.request({ host: 'zproxy.lum-superproxy.io', port: 22225, method: 'CONNECT', path: 'lumtest.com:443', agent, headers: { 'Proxy-Authorization': 'Basic '+Buffer.from(auth).toString('base64'), } }) .on('connect', (res, socket, head)=>{ if (res.statusCode!=200) console.error('CONNECT failed:\n'+res.headers); res.on('error', e=>console.error('CONNECT error: '+e.message)); socket.on('error', e=>console.error('socket error: '+e.message)); socket.on('timeout', e=>console.error('socket timeout: '+e.message)); https.get('https://lumtest.com/myip.json', { socket, agent: false, }, res=>{ res.on('data', d=>console.log(Buffer.from(d).toString())); }); }) .on('error', console.error) .end();

    Using HTTP CONNECT for whois

    • To use this method of sending raw data through the proxy for WHOIS protocol you must get approved by your account manager
    • let auth = 'USER:PASS'; let http = require('http'); let conn = http.request({ host: 'zproxy.lum-superproxy.io', port: 22225, method: 'CONNECT', path: 'whois.eu:43', headers: { 'Proxy-Authorization': 'Basic '+Buffer.from(auth).toString('base64'), } }) .on('connect', (res, socket, head)=>{ if (res.statusCode!=200) console.error('CONNECT failed:\n'+res.headers); res.on('error', e=>console.error('CONNECT error: '+e.message)); socket.on('error', e=>console.error('socket error: '+e.message)); socket.on('timeout', e=>console.error('socket timeout: '+e.message)); socket.on('data', d=>console.log(Buffer.from(d).toString())); socket.write('test.eu\r\n', console.error); }) .on('error', console.error) .end();

    API

    Your API parameters

    • ZONE - The zone name for which you want to get the info. view my zones
    • CUSTOMER - Your account id which you can get from your control panel
    • PASSWORD - Your zone password. view my zones
    • COUNTRY - The country code you wish to filter the request. (e.g '-country-us' for United states)

    Statistics API

    Get the bandwith stats for a zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/bw

    Optional parameters:from=2018-07-01T00:00:00&to=2018-07-02T00:00:00
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/bw?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&details=1" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/bw?details=1" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: {"CUSTOMER":{"ZONE":{"back_2m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_1m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_0m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_2d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_1d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_0d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298}}}}

    Get the bandwith stats for all your zones

    API endpoint:/api/customer/bw

    Optional parameters:from=2018-07-01T00:00:00&to=2018-07-02T00:00:00
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/customer/bw?customer=CUSTOMER&details=1" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: {"CUSTOMER":{"ZONE_1":{"back_2m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_1m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_0m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_2d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_1d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_0d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298}},"ZONE_2":{"back_2m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_1m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_0m":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_2d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_1d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298},"back_0d":{"bw_sum":1115287.58,"bw_up":28789,"bw_dn":1086498.58,"http_svc_req":12683,"https_svc_req":4298}}}}

    Get the total cost and bandwith stats for a zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/cost

    Optional parameters:from=2018-07-01T00:00:00&to=2018-07-02T00:00:00
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/cost?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: {"CUSTOMER":{"ZONE_1":{"back_2m":{"bw":123456,"cost":100},"back_1m":{"bw":123456,"cost":100},"back_0m":{"bw":123456,"cost":100},"back_2d":{"bw":123456,"cost":100},"back_1d":{"bw":123456,"cost":100},"back_0d":{"bw":123456,"cost":100}}}}

    Request Logs API

    Get request logs for customer

    API endpoint:/api/req_logs

    Optional parameters:page=1&page_size=100
    zone=&status.code=&status.message=&tun.session=
    ts.from=&ts.to=&ua=&dst.host=&dst.url=
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/req_logs?customer=CUSTOMER" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: ["request obj 1","request obj2"]

    Get request logs for customer

    API endpoint:/api/req_logs/stats

    Optional parameters:status_breakdown=1
    zone=&status.code=&status.message=&tun.session=
    ts.from=&ts.to=&ua=&dst.host=&dst.url=
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/req_logs/stats?customer=CUSTOMER" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: {"total":100,"success_statuses":99,"status_breakdown":[]}

    Manage your proxies API

    Get a list of whitelisted IPs for a specific zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/whitelist

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/whitelist?customer=CUSTOMER&zones=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/whitelist" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: {"ZONE":["any","127.0.0.1"]}

    Get a list of whitelisted IPs for all your zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/whitelist

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/whitelist?customer=CUSTOMER&zones=*" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: {"ZONE1":["any","127.0.0.1"],"ZONE2":["any"]}

    Get recent IPs attempting to use a zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/recent_ips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/recent_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zones=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/recent_ips" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: {"ZONE":["255.0.0.127","10.0.0.1"]}

    Get recent IPs attempting to use any of your zones

    API endpoint:/api/zone/recent_ips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/recent_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zones=*" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: {"ZONE_1":["255.0.0.127","10.0.0.1"],"ZONE_2":["255.0.0.127","10.0.0.1"]}

    Get the available datacenter (static) IPs for a country

    API endpoint:/api/zone/route_ips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/route_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&country=COUNTRY" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/route_ips" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD-country-COUNTRY"
    Sample Response: 10.0.0.0/24

    Get all the available datacenter (static) IPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/route_ips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/route_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/route_ips" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    NOTE: add to the request '?expand=1' if you wish to expand the IPs in the response.
    Sample Response: 11.0.0.1-11.0.0.8

    Get all available gIPs per zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/route_vips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/route_vips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/route_vips" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: ["us_7922_fl_hollywood_0","ma_36903_01_tetouan_5","br_52894_mg_montesclaros_99","tr_9121_07_antalya_10"]

    Account management API

    Get total balance through API

    API endpoint:/api/balance

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/balance?customer=CUSTOMER" -u "username:password"
    Sample Response: {"balance":456,"pending_costs":123}
    The value under balance shows the amount of money in your account.
    The value under pending_costs shows the amount of money you will be billed for, as of this moment, in the next billing cycle

    Add a zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone

    Parameters:
    • zone: object containingname (required), ips (whitelist) andpassword (string or array for multiple passwords).
    • plan: object containing plan options (their respective valid options can be seen in the example).
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    curl -X POST "https://luminati.io/api/zone" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"zone":{"name":"zone291231237"},"customer":"test_user","plan":{"type":"static|resident","ips_type":"shared|dedicated|selective","ip_alloc_preset":"shared_block","bandwidth":"payperusage|unlimited","mobile":false,"city":false,"asn":false,"vip":false,"vips_type":"shared|vip|domain|domain_p","vips":0,"domain_whitelist":"test.com fb.com","not_country":null,"vip_country":"any","exclusive_sec":0,"exclusive_type":"days","exclusive_num":0,"ips":0}}' -u "username:password"
    Request response will show the sanitized zone.
    Sample Response: {"plan":{"start":"2019-07-15T18:08:59.269Z","type":"static","ips_type":"shared","ip_alloc_preset":"shared_block","bandwidth":"payperusage"},"zone":{"ips":"any","password":["PASSWORD"],"plans":[{"start":"2019-07-15T18:08:59.269Z","type":"static","ips_type":"shared","ip_alloc_preset":"shared_block","bandwidth":"payperusage"}]}}

    Get zone passwords

    API endpoint:/api/zone/passwords

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/passwords" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: {"passwords":["psw1","psw2"]}

    Get zone permissions

    API endpoint:/api/zone/permissions

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/permissions?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/permissions" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: {"perms":["city","google"]}

    Get zone status

    API endpoint:/api/zone/status

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/status?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/status" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Sample Response: {"status":"active"}

    Get zone datacenter IPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/ips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/zone/ips" -H "X-Hola-Auth: lum-customer-CUSTOMER-zone-ZONE-key-PASSWORD"
    Request response will output all allocated IPs in the zone including their respective country per database.
    Sample Response: {"ips":[{"ip":"1.1.1.1","maxmind":"au","ext":{"dbip":"au","ip2location":"au","google":"us"}},{"ip":"1.1.1.1","maxmind":"au","ext":{"dbip":"au","ip2location":"au","google":"us"}}]}

    Remove zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone

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    curl -X DELETE "https://luminati.io/api/zone" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE"}' -u "username:password"

    Add IPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/ips

    Optional parameters:
    • country: new IPs' country (e.g. us)
    • country_city: new IPs' city (e.g. us-chicago)
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    curl -X POST "https://luminati.io/api/zone/ips" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE","count":2}' -u "username:password"
    Request response will output all allocated IPs in the zone including the added IPs.
    Sample Response: {"ips":["1.1.1.1","1.1.1.2"],"new_ips":["1.1.1.1"]}

    Remove datacenter IPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/ips

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    curl -X DELETE "https://luminati.io/api/zone/ips" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE","ips":["ip1","ip2"]}' -u "username:password"
    Request response will output the IPs removed.
    Sample Response: {"ips":["ip1","ip2"]}

    Remove residential gIPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/vips

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    curl -X DELETE "https://luminati.io/api/zone/vips" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE","vips":["vip1","vip2"]}' -u "username:password"
    Request response will output the gIPs removed.
    Sample Response: {"vips":["us_7922_fl_hollywood_0","ma_36903_01_tetouan_0"]}

    Refresh residential gIPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/ips/refresh

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    curl -X POST "https://luminati.io/api/zone/ips/refresh" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE","vips":["vip1","vip2"]}' -u "username:password"
    Request response will output all allocated gIPs in the zone including the refreshed gIPs.
    Sample Response: {"vips":[{"vip":"tr_9121_07_antalya_10","country":"tr"},{"vip":"tr_9121_07_antalya_17","country":"tr"}]}
    Each gIP refreshed costs $0.02/refresh/IP

    Refresh datacenter IPs

    API endpoint:/api/zone/ips/refresh

    Optional parameters:
    • country: new IPs' country (e.g. us)
    • country_city: new IPs' city (e.g. us-chicago)
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    curl -X POST "https://luminati.io/api/zone/ips/refresh" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE","ips":["ip1","ip2"]}' -u "username:password"
    Request response will output all allocated IPs in the zone including the refreshed IPs.
    Sample Response: {"ips":["1.1.1.1","1.1.1.2"],"new_ips":["1.1.1.1"]}
    If ALL IPs refresh needed, then ips parameter should be omitted. See pricing for refreshing datacenter IPs

    Get current service status

    API endpoint:/api/network_status/NETWORK_TYPE

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/network_status/NETWORK_TYPE" -u "username:password"
    NETWORK_TYPE can be one of:
    • All: all
    • Residential: res
    • Datacenter: dc
    • Mobile: mobile
    Sample Response: {"status":true}

    Turn on/off zone

    API endpoint:/api/zone/change_disable

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    curl -X POST "https://luminati.io/api/zone/change_disable" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","zone":"ZONE","disable":1}' -u "username:password"

    Change account status

    API endpoint:/api/status

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    curl -X PUT "https://luminati.io/api/status" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -d '{"customer":"CUSTOMER","status":"STATUS"}' -u "username:password"
    STATUS can besuspend_manual or active.

    Get amount of available IPs

    API endpoint:/api/count_available_ips

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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=customer_id&zone=zone_name[&plan={...}]" -u "username:password"
    Paramseters:
    • customer=customer_id[string] - your account id which you can get from your control panel (required)
    • zone=zone_name[string] - name of the zone (required)
    • plan={...}[JSON object] - abstract plan parameters
      • ips_type=shared|selective[string] - type of the IPs
      • country=country_name[string] - IPs location country
      • country_city=country_name-city_name[string] - defines the city location of the IPs
      • city=true[boolean] - requred with [country_city] parameter
      • exclusive_sec=1234[string] - cooling period in seconds
      • domain_whitelist=d1.com d2.com d3...[string] - space separated list of domains. Note that for [curl] the spaces should be urlencoded (d1.com%20d2.com)
      • geo_db={...}[JSON object] - turns on/off using of the IP`s location databases
        • maxmind=true[boolean] - use this IP location DB
        • dbip=true[boolean] - use this IP location DB
        • google=true[boolean] - use this IP location DB
        • ip2location=true[boolean] - use this IP location DB
    Sample Response: {count: 1234}
    Examples:
    Available IPs for current zone plan:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE" -u "username:password"
    Abstract plan, exclusive IPs:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"ips_type\":\"selective\"\}" -u "username:password"
    Abstract plan, shared IPs located in Unated States:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"country\":\"us\",\"ips_type\":\"shared\"\}" -u "username:password"
    abstract plan, exclusive ips located in unated states:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"country\":\"us\",\"ips_type\":\"selective\"\}" -u "username:password"
    abstract plan, exclusive ips located in unated states, cooling period: 10 days:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"country\":\"us\",\"ips_type\":\"selective\",\"exclusive_sec\":864000\}" -u "username:password"
    Abstract plan, shared IPs located in Unated States, Denver:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"ips_type\":\"shared\",\"country_city\":\"us-denver\",\"city\":true\}" -u "username:password"
    Abstract plan, shared IPs located in US, exclusive for domains: amazon.com, fb.com:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"ips_type\":\"selective\",\"country\":\"us\",\"domain_whitelist\":\"amazon.com fb.com\"\}" -u "username:password"
    Abstract plan, shared IPs located in US, geo IP databases: should persist in both: maxmind and dbip:
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    curl "https://luminati.io/api/count_available_ips?customer=CUSTOMER&zone=ZONE&plan=\{\"ips_type\":\"shared\"\},\"country\":\"us\",\"geo_db\":\{\"maxmind\":true,\"dbip\":true\}" -u "username:password"

    Using different coding languages

    All API examples for account management are presented using Shell but can be used in a variety of coding languages.
    To find all available coding languages check out the Account management section of our API and examples page

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