How to set up our proxies

We don’t use static or dedicated IPs – this is why you will not get any IP lists.

What we do use is the domain:port format (a.k.a endpoint:port format), which can be integrated into other tools with ease.

The set up process can differ depending on the tools/browser/devices you’re choosing as the ones to use proxies with. However, the main things you have to know if you want to successfully access Metrow’s IP pool are these:


1.Get authentication. 

We use username:password authentication. It's also commonly known in the proxy market as ‘proxy user’.  Read about authentication here.


2.Choose location

In domain:port format location stands for  ‘domain’ / URL or what might also be called 'proxy location’ (address) / ‘endpoint’. Read about proxy location here



3.Choose IP rotation speed

Also known as ‘proxy session type’ (IP rotation frequency) and is determined by port number. We offer slow and fast rotation. Read about IP rotation speed here.  Use dashboard to generate slow IP rotation domain:port examples and check your used traffic. 



Here’s an example in the domain:port format

Let's say IPs from any country (domain will be ‘' ) with ‘fast rotation’ session (port will be ‘8000’ )  fits you. Full domain:port will look like:

Easy, right? Find more examples here.

If you have any further questions, don’t be shy – start a chat with our support team. Feedback excites us!