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Connecting Proxidize Proxies to Multilogin
Connecting Proxidize Proxies to Multilogin

Learn how to connect your Proxidize proxies in Multilogin.

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Written by Saif Shisha
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Proxidize partnered with Multilogin in early 2022 to facilitate the use of Proxidize proxies in an anti-detect browser for web and data automation.


The partnership includes a two-way discount offered on both platforms. Please refer here to benefit from the discount codes:https://proxidize.com/partners/multilogin/ and https://proxidize.com/partners/multilogin/

MultiLogin helps you create and manage completely separated virtual browser profiles that do not leak data, history, or information between each other. Rather than suspiciously blocking sites from reading your fingerprint, Multilogin replaces it with a completely native new one that appears as a genuine separate device. Here's how you can connect your proxies to create a Multilogin profile:

Start by creating your profile and adjusting all the settings to your liking:
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Multilogin browser profile creation

Then go over to the proxy section on the left panel, where you can enter the proxy's details (IP, port, username, password), which you can copy from your Proxidize dashboard.

The IP address shown on your Proxidize dashboard by default is your router's public IP In order for the "check proxy" process to pass, you'll need to ensure which IP address to use when testing your proxies.

  1. Testing locally (within the same network of the server):
    You will need to use the server's local IP with the desired proxy port for testing.
    If you are unaware of how to identify your local IP address, please refer to: https://help.proxidize.com/en/articles/7183106-identifying-local-public-ip-addresses

  2. Testing externally (from an external network)
    You will need to use the server's public IP with the desired proxy port you want to connect to your profile. However, this step requires port forwarding to open the ports in your router.


    The steps to configure the rules in your router are found here.
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    Multilogin proxy settings

Click on the "Create Profile" button on the bottom left of the screen, then activate the profile by going over to the profile section using the left panel and clicking on the "Start" button next to the profile you want to use.

Multilogin creating new browser profile

After performing the above steps, you will have your Proxidize proxies connected to your Multilogin profile(s) to start your browser profiles.

If you have problems connecting your proxies in Multilogin, we can only help with proxy-related matters to make sure your proxies are working as expected. Otherwise, you'll need to contact Multilogin support to help you further.

The Proxidize support team is available every day of the week over the live chat on the website: https://proxidize.com

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