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’.

2.Choose location

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

3.Choose IP rotation speed

Also known as ‘proxy session type’ (IP rotation frequency).

 

Here’s an example in the domain:port format

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

any.metrow.com:8000:user-username:password

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!