Getting Started

Make a request to using a Rotating ISP proxy from a random location through our backconnect entry. Replace USERNAME and PASSWORD with your proxy user credentials. Keep in mind that each request returns a new IP address as Oxylabs Rotating ISP Proxies rotate automatically.

Use to check the parameters of your IPs—this domain delivers information from four geolocation databases: MaxMind, IP2Location, DB-IP, and The parameters include IP address, provider, country, city, ZIP code, ASN, organization name, time zone, and meta (when disclosed by database).

curl -x -U "customer-USERNAME:PASSWORD"

Our Rotating ISP Proxies support HTTP, HTTPS, and SOCKS5protocols. You can learn more about using them here.

Now make a request using a proxy from United Kingdom. All you need to do is add cc-GB to your username string. Below is an example in cURL, and here you can find code samples in other languages.

curl -x -U "customer-USERNAME-cc-GB:PASSWORD"

If you need to keep the same proxy for more than one request, use a session control. Add sessid-abc12345 to your username string, where abc12345 can be any random string, and as long as you keep sending requests with this string (session ID), you will get the same proxy IP. Learn more here.

curl -x -U "customer-USERNAME-sessid-randomString123:PASSWORD"

For all geo-targeting options - visit Location Settings.

If you have any additional questions, please contact your account manager or our support team at

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