What is a backconnect proxy? And why are they needed and what are their features.
Backconnect Proxy is a type of proxy that is accessed through a special gateway server (the proxy server does not have a dedicated external IP address). Proxies usually look like one or more IPs with different ports.
An example of what Backconnect Proxy might look like:
This is usually referred to as the ports through which the clients of the proxy service gain access to the IP hidden behind the ports.
Backconnect Proxy can be both static and with rotation.
Static Backconnect Proxy is a static list of proxies. That is, at any time, a client using a static port(‘s) can be sure that behind him(them) there will always be the same IP address and country.
Unlike static Backconnect proxy ports, Backconnect proxy with rotation is a static list of ports behind which IP is automatically rotated through which clients access content on the Internet.
Fosy.club offers its clients at the moment, Backconnect proxy with rotation. This allows our clients to get the maximum number of unique private IPs.
What does the result of using Backconnect proxy in software look like? Let’s give an example on the example of a proxy checker.
As you can see, on the left are the Backconnect proxy ports, they are the same, but the IP addresses that “glow” on the Internet are different from the IP ports.
This is the feature of the Backconnect proxy. When you use the same or a set of the same IPs, you get IPs that are different from the IPs you connect to.