Set up Kameleo with NetNut Proxies

One of the simplest ways to change your IP with Kameleo is to connect to a proxy provided by NetNut.

They say, that they have the fastest residential proxy network for companies and businesses, providing a residential IP proxy network with over 5 Million residential IPs worldwide, and growing on a weekly basis.

NetNut gets its IPs directly from ISPs and does not depend on an end-user device or P2P networks, and offers faster proxy speed through one-hop connectivity to ISPs - Ensuring 24/7 IP availability, optimized proxy pools and better $/GB rates. They provide

  • Static residential IPs
  • Rotating proxies
  • Dedicated private pools

See our article about the importance of proxies and the comparison between residential and datacenter proxies.

In this tutorial, we show you how you can integrate NetNut proxies into Kameleo.

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Set up a NetNut proxy in Kameleo

NetNut offers Http proxies, so you will have to select Http as an Upstream Proxy Type. You have to set gw.ntnt.io as a proxy server with port number 5959.

  • proxy server: gw.ntnt.io
  • proxy port: 5959

You will be authenticated by the username and password. In the proxy username field, you will also be able to tell which country you would like to connect to.

  • proxy user: username-cc-country_code [kameleo-cc-AR]

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This will result in a rotating residential IP address. So on every website, you will have a new IP address.

If you would like to have the same IP address during the whole browsing session. You have to use Sticky IPs.

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For Kameleo users NetNut can offer a discount. Use the following code to get a 15% discount on all your NetNut Proxy purchases.

Coupon Code: KLNTNT

Visit NetNut website to see their wide range of proxies.

Kameleo with NetNut Sticky IP

You will have to set it up on the proxy's username field. Simply add -sid-[number from 1 to 99999999] to the end of the username. The number will force the same IP on every request.

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