Before making a request you need to consider if your Rotating or Sticky Proxies are best for the job in your use case. You can access Sticky and Rotating Ports on the same Endpoints section of your chosen Residential Service page.

Sticky

A Sticky Proxy allows you to make a request from a single unique IP address. Often Sticky Proxies are referred to as Static Proxies. The default frequency for Sticky Ports is 10 minutes. You can change the frequency to one of the following: 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 or a custom number less than 60 minutes

Generally, you will receive better results with a lower expiry like 5 or 10 minutes. When IPs rotate the same country will be used. To connect to a Sticky Proxy, view the ports under Sticky Proxy from the Endpoints sec‚Äčtion of your chosen Residential Service page.

Rotating

A Rotating Proxy uses a new IP address for every request you make to the server. Example: If you load a website with one IP, then click on a link, the IP will change.

Common use cases for Rotating Ports are large scraping jobs. To connect to a Sticky Proxy, view the ports under Rotating Proxy from the Endpoints sec‚Äčtion of your chosen Residential Service page.

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