What are the types of proxy networks?

There are four types of proxy network IP: data center, static home (ISP), dynamic home and mobile phone.

1.Data center: provide machine-generated IP, which has the highest cost performance and is often used for large-scale fetching of non-complex target websites. It consists of 700,000 unique IP addresses.

2. Live Residential (ISP) proxy network: Provides real residential IP directly provided by the ISP. These IP addresses are best suited for use cases that require permanent, non-rotating IP, or for people who need a small amount of residential IP.

3. Real residential agent network: it is used for you to capture and view highly protected target websites as real users.

4. Mobile networks, connected via 3G/4G real, rotating, mobile connections, used to locate highly complex websites and collect mobile-specific network data.

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