Proxy Logs

This section in your Proxidize interface allows you to view real-time logs for both dedicated and shared proxies conveniently.

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Logs Parameters

proxy logs

  1. Select Proxy Type: Choose between "Dedicated Proxies" or "Shared Proxies"

  2. Select Proxy Port: The proxy port the user wants to view the logs for.

  3. View Logs: View the logs for the selected proxy.

  4. Clear Logs: Clear the logs for the selected proxy.

  5. Clear All Proxies' Logs: Clear the logs for all dedicated proxies if the type "Dedicated Proxies" was selected and for shared proxies if "Shared Proxies" was selected.

  6. Configure Scheduled Deletion: Automatically delete proxy logs by specifying the interval set to days, weeks, or months. It can be enabled for all the dedicated proxies or the shared proxies.

  7. Terminate Scheduled Deletion: Undo the configured interval (if found) for proxy logs deletion.

Logs explained:

  1. Date/Time: Date and time of the connection between the proxy and the target destination.

  2. Proxy_type (HTTP/SOCKS): The proxy used in the connection. Let it be SOCKS5 IPv4/IPv6 or HTTPv4/HTTPv6.

  3. Error code: All error codes are listed here:

  4. Client IP: The public IP of the modem chosen.

  5. Target IP:Port: The IP/port of the target destination.

  6. Bytes sent/received: The number of bytes sent/received for the connection between the proxy and the target destination.

  7. Method used: The method can be either GET or POST.

    1. GET: The GET method requests a representation of the specified resource. Requests using GET should only retrieve data.

    2. POST: The POST method submits an entity to the specified resource, often causing a change in state or side effects on the server.

  8. URL: The URL of the target destination.

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