With the rapid development of the Internet, the application of Proxy IP has become more and more extensive. However, when using Proxy IP, we need to understand some basic concepts so that we can avoid some unnecessary mistakes and improve our work efficiency.
Proxy protocol refers to the protocol used by the proxy server, which determines how the client connects to the proxy server and the communication format between the client and the proxy server. Common proxy protocols include HTTP, SOCKS, FTP, and so on.
There are generally three commonly used proxy protocols: HTTP, HTTPS, and SOCKS.5 When selecting a proxy IP, you should verify the type of protocol selected. If it is HTTP(S) protocol, you can choose Tunnel Unlimited Proxy IP, High Quality Proxy IP, Dynamic Forwarding IP Pool, Exclusive IP Pool, Shared IP Pool. For SOCKS5 protocol, you can select Short-term SOCKS5 Proxy IP, Long-term SOCKS5 Proxy IP, Dedicated IP Pool, and Shared IP Pool. Note: When using dedicated IP pools and shared IP pools, please note that the port numbers may be different for different protocols.
In a computer network, a proxy server acts as an intermediary between clients and servers. It receives requests for a particular resource or Web site from a client, such as a Web browser, and forwards the request to the server responsible for providing that resource.
The server then sends the requested resource back to the proxy server, which forwards it to the client. In this way, the proxy server acts as an intermediary between the client and the server, providing an additional layer of security, privacy and other benefits such as content caching and access control.
Why do customers prefer to use highly anonymized proxy IPs? Using a highly anonymized proxy IP is the most secure because it does not expose the client's real IP and the fact that the proxy IP is being used. In this way, you can surf the Internet without worrying about being recognized or restricted by the target website.
At the same time, you should be careful not to trigger the target site's anti-reptile policy. Generally speaking, webmasters will set some rules to ensure the stable operation of the server, such as the maximum number of visits per IP, the maximum number of visits per unit time, and the frequency of visits should not be too fast, etc. If your request exceeds these rules, you can surf the Internet without worrying about being recognized or restricted by the target website. If your request exceeds these rules, it will probably be recognized by the webmaster and your access will be restricted. Therefore, it is safest to use a highly anonymized proxy IP, but you need to be careful not to trigger the target site's anti-crawler strategy.
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