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Proxyrack Connector


Proxyrack is an online platform that provides diverse and rotating residential, datacenter, and mobile proxies.


An active Proxyrack subscription is required.


Scrapoxy supports only Private Unmetered Residential proxies.

Proxyrack Admin

Connect to Admin.

Get the credentials

Proxyrack Settings

  1. On the menu, click on Your Active Products;
  2. Select Private Unmetered Residential;
  3. Remember Username;
  4. Remember API Key (Password).


Open Scrapoxy User Interface and select Marketplace:

Step 1: Create a new credential

Credential Select

Select Proxyrack to create a new credential (use search if necessary).

Credential Form

Complete the form with the following information:

  1. Name: The name of the credential;
  2. Product: Choose Private Unmetered Residential;
  3. Username: The username of the API;
  4. Password: The key of the API.

And click on Create.

Step 2: Create a new connector

Create a new connector and select Proxyrack as provider:

Connector Create

Complete the form with the following information:

  1. Credential: The previous credential;
  2. Name: The name of the connector;
  3. # Proxies: The number of instances to create;
  4. Country: Select the country to use, or All to use all countries. Scrapoxy will retrieve the available proxies count for this country;
  5. City: Select the city to use, or All to use all cities;
  6. ISP: Select the Internet Service Provider to use, or All to use all ISPs;
  7. OS: Select the Operating System to use, or All to use all OSs.

And click on Create.


You can ask to Proxyrack to refine proxies by country, city, ISP or OS. If you do not have access to this feature, you can leave the default value All.

Step 3: Start the connector

Connector Start

  1. Start the project;
  2. Start the connector.

Step 4: Interact with sessions

SPX Proxies

Within this connector, you can perform 2 actions on the proxies:

  1. Trash button: Initiates a session rotation. The session is temporarily removed and will be reused later.
  2. Cross button: Kill the session. The session definitively removed. But there is a limit number of removal per hour.

Other: Stop the connector

Connector Stop

  1. Stop the connector;
  2. Wait for proxies to be removed.

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