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Third-Party - Multilogin How To Set Up Proxies

Welcome to our tutorial! We're going to guide you through the process of setting up proxies in the Multilogin app. Whether you're interested in using HTTP Proxies or SOCKS5 Proxies, we've got you covered.

Step 1: Locating Your Proxy Details

To start, you'll need to find your proxy details including the proxy IP, port, username, and password. This information is typically located within your proxy service account, outside of the Multilogin app.

  1. Log into your proxy account.
  2. Navigate to the section where your proxy details are listed, which could be under sections like Dedicated Proxies or Shared Proxies, depending on what you have purchased.


  1. This will send you to the list of available proxies to purchase. To access your proxies, click on the button in the upper-right corner of the table labeled My Dedicated Proxies or My Dedicated SOCKS.


After navigating to your proxies, you'll be presented with a detailed view. In the main table, you'll find the IPs and ports for your proxies. On the right sidebar, the Proxy Credentials section displays your username and password. It's important to note that you have the option to change your proxy password if necessary.

Keep in mind that these Proxy Credentials are global. This means that any changes you make will apply to all your proxies, regardless of their type or service category.


Step 2: Setting Up Proxies in Multilogin

With your proxy details at hand, we're now ready to set them up in Multilogin.

Creating a Browser Profile

Open Multilogin and click on Create new under the Browser profile section in the left sidebar.


Setting Up an HTTP Proxy Profile

  1. Name your browser profile and click on Edit proxy settings.


  1. For the connection type, select HTTP proxy.


  1. Fill in your proxy details:

    • IP: The IP address of your HTTP proxy.
    • Port: The port number for your HTTP proxy.
    • Login: Your proxy username.
    • Password: Your proxy password.
  2. Click Check proxy to test the connection.


  1. Once verified, click Create profile to finalise your browser profile setup.


Now, when you launch this profile, you should see your new IP address, indicating that the HTTP proxy is active.


Setting Up a SOCKS5 Proxy Profile

  1. Start by naming your browser profile and selecting Edit proxy settings.


  1. Choose SOCKS5 proxy as the connection type.


  1. Enter your SOCKS5 proxy details similarly:

    • IP: The IP address of your SOCKS5 proxy.
    • Port: The port number for your SOCKS5 proxy.
    • Login: Your proxy username.
    • Password: Your proxy password.
  2. Test the connection by clicking Check proxy.


  1. Click Create profile to complete the setup.


Launching this profile will also display your IP address, confirming the SOCKS5 proxy is working.


Congratulations, you've successfully set up your proxies in Multilogin! Enjoy browsing anonymously. If you encounter any issues or have questions, feel free to reach out for support. Happy browsing!

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