Proxy Server Locations
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General information about ProxyMesh server locations, as well as a table listing World Proxy IPs by country.
And for more general information, browse the Proxy Server category of our user help documentation.
Rotating Proxy Servers
ProxyMesh currently offers 15 proxy server networks.
There are 7 rotating proxies in the United States. Some of our proxies now have IPv6, as well as IPv4 as shown below. You do not need to do anything special for the IPv6 address to be shown to the remote site.
- California – IPv4
- Florida – IPv4
- Illinois – IPv4 and IPv6
- New York – IPv4 and IPv6
- Texas – IPv4
- Washington state – IPv4 and IPv6
- Washington, DC – IPv4
There are 8 international rotating proxies. All of these proxies have IPv6, as well as IPv4, with the exception of Switzerland, as shown below. You do not need to do anything special for the IPv6 address to be shown to the remote site.
- Paris, France – IPv4 and IPv6
- Frankfurt, Germany – IPv4 and IPv6
- Zürich, Switzerland – IPv4
- London, UK – IPv4 and IPv6
- Perth, Australia – IPv4 and IPv6
- Singapore – IPv4 and IPv6
- Tokyo, Japan – IPv4 and IPv6
The number of servers you receive access to depends on the plan you choose, and you are able to choose the location of the server(s):
- PROXYMESH_10: access to 1 proxy server network with 10 IPs that rotate twice daily, for a total of 20 IPs per day.
- PROXYMESH_20: access to 2 proxy server networks networks with 10 IPs each that rotate twice daily, for a total of 40 IPs per day.
- PROXYMESH_50: access to 5 proxy server networks networks with 10 IPs each that rotate twice daily, for a total of 100 IPs per day.
- PROXYMESH_100: access to 11 proxy server networks networks with 10 IPs each that rotate twice daily, for a total of 220 IPs per day.
Open Proxy Server
In addition to the main proxy server(s), a rotating Open Proxy server is included free in every plan. The Open Proxy provides access to hundreds of Open Proxy IPs around the world, with approximately 100 IPs changing every hour.
This means the number of IP addresses in a given country can fluctuate quite a bit, making it hard to get an exact IP count. To view a complete list of ISO country codes on the Open Proxy, click here. (You must be logged into your ProxyMesh account.) This takes you to the Open Proxy Status webpage, which displays the current number of IPs available for each country listed.
You can also use a ProxyMesh API method to obtain a list of countries and current IP counts for the Open Proxy or World Proxy. For details, click World Proxy.
Open Proxy Location Table
To view a complete list of Open Proxy IP addresses with country codes, spelled-out country names, and sample IP count, click Open Proxy Location Table.
World Proxy Server
With the PROXYMESH_50 or 100 plan you can also choose a World Proxy server (physically located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA) that provides some 25,000 static IPs around the world.
On the 100 plan, you can have either the World Proxy plus 6 rotating proxies, or 11 rotating proxies (including the Open Proxy). And you can always choose to add more proxies to either of these plans (5 for the 50 plan, and 9 for the 100 plan).
X-ProxyMesh-Countrycustom header to restrict the IP choices to the country you want.
The following table lists all of the countries in which the World Proxy has static IP addresses. Note that the IP Count column lists sample figures. Before sending requests, you may wish to review the current count at the World Proxy Status page, accessible from your dashboard.
IPs for Specific Countries
Although the Open and World proxies have IPs for multiple countries, ProxyMesh’s X-ProxyMesh-Country custom header can be used to restrict IP choices to a single country, giving you a way to programmatically get the currently supported ISO country codes and IP counts.
World Proxy IP List by Country
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More proxy server locations will be added over time, based on demand and availability.