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# 208849 2-Mar-2017 08:14
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I have been in search of a company (website) that offers super low latency dedicated proxies. My PC's speed is great but I get significant slow downs with the proxies I've been using 100ms-300ms and worse 2000ms+. Anyone here know where I can get Oms-10ms ping dedicated proxies?

 

 

 


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  # 1728642 2-Mar-2017 08:18
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Why do you want a proxy? What exactly is it you want to achieve with this proxy? Do you need a VPN? Why do you need this proxy to be dedicated?


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  # 1728644 2-Mar-2017 08:22
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1) What sort of connection are you on that gives you sub 10ms latency to take advantage of such a service ?

 

2) Why ? :D

 

 





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  # 1728654 2-Mar-2017 08:35
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xpd:

 

1) What sort of connection are you on that gives you sub 10ms latency to take advantage of such a service ?

 

2) Why ? :D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm using a Windows server located in Nevada, U.S. that gives me 1ms Ping, 900+ Download, and 900+ Upload.  I'm purchasing limited items online that usually sell out in seconds and I'm battling people with bots and super low latency proxies. My proxies arent fast enough


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  # 1728657 2-Mar-2017 08:37
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Why are you banned?

 

You could use a VPN (Virtual Private Network), to make it appear that you're in another country. You could get an AWS t2.micro, free for a year, and install a private proxy on it in any of their regions (they have more than a dozen).

 

A consumer oriented VPN with many nodes is probably the easiest option for you. I use Astrill, but I have a note to try Private Internet Access when Astrill expires, because Astill at one point terminated my account for no good reason.

 

 

 

Note that your connection will take around 170ms to get from New Zealand to the US, so whether a proxy is 10ms or 1ms is likely irrelevant. Assuming you're in NZ.




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  # 1728668 2-Mar-2017 08:48
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timmmay:

 

Why are you banned?

 

You could use a VPN (Virtual Private Network), to make it appear that you're in another country. You could get an AWS t2.micro, free for a year, and install a private proxy on it in any of their regions (they have more than a dozen).

 

A consumer oriented VPN with many nodes is probably the easiest option for you. I use Astrill, but I have a note to try Private Internet Access when Astrill expires, because Astill at one point terminated my account for no good reason.

 

 

 

Note that your connection will take around 170ms to get from New Zealand to the US, so whether a proxy is 10ms or 1ms is likely irrelevant. Assuming you're in NZ.

 

 

 

 

I'm located in the US. New York to be exact but Using a remote server in Nevada. I'm getting banned by trying to purchase more than 1 of the same items (usually not allowed for limited releases) so they ban you when they detect bot usage. But the major issue is not getting banned, its things being sold out before i can check out. Proxies help me bypass the "only 1" rule. I do get through once in a while but companys like solestrike gets hundreds of the same item (check em out on twitter and you'll see exactly what Im talking about). 


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  # 1728681 2-Mar-2017 08:59
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Fellas like this are always popping up on LET/WHT etc asking for /24 with bugger all resources on a monthly rent... tradtional proxies/vpn's are usually blocked by the big clothing companies and I can't imagine many hosts will be wanting their ranges added to the list. I think you'll find 0msPing that the GZ community does not support the breaching of TOS's.


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  # 1728708 2-Mar-2017 09:26
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kingjj:

 

Fellas like this are always popping up on LET/WHT etc asking for /24 with bugger all resources on a monthly rent... tradtional proxies/vpn's are usually blocked by the big clothing companies and I can't imagine many hosts will be wanting their ranges added to the list. I think you'll find 0msPing that the GZ community does not support the breaching of TOS's.

 

 

 

 

I was hoping someone would know a website I can purchase better proxies from other than the ones I've already tried which hasn't really worked out for me. I'm seeing people all over twitter posting these crazy low latency proxies but they wont say where they get them from. Just thought i could get info here from people who arent trying to sell me shoes or clothes for hundreds over retail. I hear you though. I might as well just forget about it huh

 

 


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  # 1728800 2-Mar-2017 10:58
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0msPing:

 

kingjj:

 

Fellas like this are always popping up on LET/WHT etc asking for /24 with bugger all resources on a monthly rent... tradtional proxies/vpn's are usually blocked by the big clothing companies and I can't imagine many hosts will be wanting their ranges added to the list. I think you'll find 0msPing that the GZ community does not support the breaching of TOS's.

 

 

 

 

I was hoping someone would know a website I can purchase better proxies from other than the ones I've already tried which hasn't really worked out for me. I'm seeing people all over twitter posting these crazy low latency proxies but they wont say where they get them from. Just thought i could get info here from people who arent trying to sell me shoes or clothes for hundreds over retail. I hear you though. I might as well just forget about it huh

 

 

 

 

Appreciate the polite response. There are other forums out there that may have what you want. This whole proxy buying for resale issue is a stain on the industry and its sad that people have to resort to using proxies just to purchase for themselves.


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  # 1728850 2-Mar-2017 12:14
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Start a thread on lowendtalk.com and maybe someone can help you out there.

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  # 1729002 2-Mar-2017 16:09
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enfield: Start a thread on lowendtalk.com and maybe someone can help you out there.

 

Wouldn't recommend that. They are pretty nasty over there with those seeking proxy services to purchase products (there's one fella whose been posting there every week or so since late last year and every thread gets ripped to shreds).


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