For those of you running large social media operations, or are creating large amounts of gmail, yahoo, or other email provider accounts,  switching over to ipv6 proxies not only gives you a much larger pool of ip's to work with, but you don't even need your computer, server, vm, or software program to even support ipv6.

Let's dispel some of the common rumors first: does my computer need to natively support ipv6 in order to use it? Absolutely not. Does my software or program that I use to manage my social media accounts or my mass email account creator need to support ipv6 in its proxy settings? Absolutely not.

Well, why not?

Because this is called ipv4-to-ipv6 tunneling. In this scenario we use a standard ipv4 to send our data to the proxy, and the proxy in turn sends it to an ipv6 proxy and then sends it out to the internet. The internet only sees the ipv6 proxy ip address and returns your data to you on the standard ipv4 ip address. In this manner, you don't need native ipv6 connectivity on your computer, virtual machine, or dedicated server. The information is tunneled back to you under standard ipv4.

Now let's talk about what you get in this service:

You get a total of 60,000 ipv6 ip addresses pulled randomly from an ipv6/48 allocation. How many total ip's are in a /48 allocation? If we break it down in terms of ipv4 terms, we would consider each ipv6/64 as the equivalent of 1 ipv4 address. Now in a /48 allocation you have 64,000 /64's. So this would be the equivalent of 64,000 ipv6's for each ipv6/48 allocation.

In the way this service is prepared, we only pull one unique ip address from each /64 allocation. In this way, each ipv6 ip address you use is pulled from one unique /64 and the next ip is pulled from another /64 and so on and so on. While the maximum you can pull from a single /48 is 64,000, we cap this at 60,000 exactly. So each ipv6 proxy you use is unique.

We have several countries available for this service. Those countries include:

[*]United States (California, Virginia, Missouri, Florida, Nevada, New York)
[*]Canada (Castlegar, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal)
[*]United Kingdom
[*]Hong Kong
[*]United Arab Emirates
[*]New Zealand

This service is used the exact same way that normal proxies are used. This service is issued in IP:Port format. It can include username and password auth, or no auth at all.

Monthly Cost per server: $125 USD (per 60,000 proxies)

Saturday, September 10, 2022

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