All Available Proxy Servers
With our proxy servers, you can connect with our SSH, SSL and OpenVPN services with the following opened proxy ports.
No Server Host Squid Privoxy
1 Australia01 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
2 Australia02 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
3 Hong Kong01 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
4 Ireland01 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
5 Japan01 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
6 Japan02 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
7 Japan03 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
8 Japan04 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
9 Korea02 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
10 Singapore01 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
11 Singapore02 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
12 Singapore03 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
13 Singapore04 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
14 Singapore05 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
15 United States01 8000, 8118 6969, 9696
16 United States02 8000, 8118 6969, 9696

What’s a Proxy Server?

A proxy server is any machine that translates traffic between networks or protocols. It’s an intermediary server separating end-user clients from the destinations that they browse. Proxy servers provide varying levels of functionality, security, and privacy depending on your use case, needs, or company policy. If you’re using a proxy server, traffic flows through the proxy server on its way to the address you requested. The request then comes back through that same proxy server (there are exceptions to this rule), and then the proxy server forwards the data received from the website to you. If that’s all it does, why bother with a proxy server? Why not just go straight from to the website and back? Modern proxy servers do much more than forward web requests, all in the name of data security and network performance. Proxy servers act as a firewall and web filter, provide shared network connections, and cache data to speed up common requests. A good proxy server keeps users and the internal network protected from the bad stuff that lives out in the wild internet. Lastly, proxy servers can provide a high level of privacy.

How Does a Proxy Server Operate?

Every computer on the internet needs to have a unique Internet Protocol (IP) Address. Think of this IP address as your computer’s street address. Just as the post office knows to deliver your mail to your street address, the internet knows how to send the correct data to the correct computer by the IP address. A proxy server is basically a computer on the internet with its own IP address that your computer knows. When you send a web request, your request goes to the proxy server first. The proxy server then makes your web request on your behalf, collects the response from the web server, and forwards you the web page data so you can see the page in your browser. When the proxy server forwards your web requests, it can make changes to the data you send and still get you the information that you expect to see. A proxy server can change your IP address, so the web server doesn’t know exactly where you are in the world. It can encrypt your data, so your data is unreadable in transit. And lastly, a proxy server can block access to certain web pages, based on IP address.