Infatica Datacenter Proxy Documentation
Creating an Infatica account
To gain access to Infatica services (or start trials), you’ll need an Infatica account – you can create it by clicking the “Log in” button in the top menu bar:
Follow the “Create Account” link – and you’ll be redirected to the account creation page. Input your email, name, country, email, and WhatsApp/Telegram number. Alternatively, you can sign up via your Facebook or Twitter account:
Purchase a datacenter proxy plan
Once your account is created, you’ll be redirected to the Infatica dashboard, where you can purchase a Datacenter Proxy plan – to do this, select “Datacenter Proxy”, choose a plan, and click the “Buy” button. We accept the following payment methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal, Apple Pay, and Bitcoin.
You will be redirected to the billing section. Press the “Proceed to checkout” button, check your email for a one time password and enter it, then choose a payment method, and click Complete order.
Customize your datacenter proxy plan
From the menu on the left, select “My services” and you’ll be redirected to the list of your Infatica services. To start editing your datacenter proxy plan, select it from the list and click it.
Add a datacenter proxy list
On the “Product details” overview page, click the “Add IP” button and you’ll be redirected to the proxy list editor.
You can specify these parameters:
- IP address: Add an individual address or an entire IP subnet,
- Stream count (i.e. thread count.)
Minimum stream/thread count: 5. Maximum stream/thread count: 400.
View an HTTP proxy list
Click “Show HTTP Proxy List” and a new browser tab will open, containing the list of HTTP proxy addresses. Here’s what a SOCKS5 address would look like:
View a SOCKS5 proxy list
Click “Show SOCKS5 Proxy List” and a new browser tab will open, containing the list of SOCKS5 proxy addresses. Here’s what a SOCKS5 address would look like:
View your proxy usage stats
Scroll down to see how much datacenter proxy traffic you’ve used over the given time period: Choose between daily, weekly, and monthly views in the “Daily traffic” graph – or see the traffic breakdown in the “Traffic details” table.