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IP:Port format

Find instructions for: Windows and Mac.

Disclaimer

Our server IP may change at any time.
We do not recommend to use this format unless it's absolutely necessary (e.g. application does not accept default endpoint:port format).

For IP:Port format you will need to ping relevant server to retrieve the IP part. Ports remain the same as provided in the dashboard.

Windows

  1. Open command line (shortcut: Windows logo + R on keyboard, then type in cmd and enter)
How to get IP:Port format on windows - open command line

How to get IP:Port format on windows - open command line

  1. In the command line enter the following command:
ping gate.smartproxy.com

gate.smartproxy.com is just an example endpoint. Enter the endpoint you want to use as every endpoint will have a different IP

How to get IP:Port format on Windows - ping endpoint

How to get IP:Port format on Windows - ping endpoint

  1. As per example above we've got the IP of gate.smartproxy.com, now you can us IP:Port format (95.216.50.111:7000 = gate.smartproxy.com:7000)

MAC

  1. Open the terminal (simply search in Finder as per example below)
How to get IP:Port format on Mac - open terminal

How to get IP:Port format on Mac - open terminal

  1. In the command line enter the following command:
ping gate.smartproxy.com

gate.smartproxy.com is just an example endpoint. Enter the endpoint you want to use as every endpoint will have a different IP

How to get IP:Port format on Mac - ping endpoint

How to get IP:Port format on Mac - ping endpoint

  1. As per example above we've got the IP of gate.smartproxy.com, now you can us IP:Port format (95.201.178.95:7000 = gate.smartproxy.com:7000)

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IP:Port format


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