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]
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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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.