Marketing and advertising is evolving these days and more websites such as social media as well as digital marketing are ipv6 ready. As these sites evolve into ipv6 it gives marketers and advertisers a new avenue to perform these activities under a new type of ip address that provides thousands upon thousands of available ip addresses.
For those of you running marketing bots that perform daily activities, having thousands of ip addresses at your immediate disposal ensures that you never run out of available ip addresses. Whether your platform is Google Ads, Facebook, Instagram, or the wide variety of ipv6 platforms this service ensures your continued success in the digital marketing and advertising arenas.
These ipv6 proxy packages are offered in specific numbers of proxies and will work with both automated software as well as traditional browsers.
What does this service actually do? Or what does the output look like? Take a look here at the output on a popular ip tracing website:
Our output on a network that has zero ipv6 support from the isp is able to use ipv6 ip addresses automatically and without configuring more than a common proxy in your browser. This applies to automated bots for social media network building, or proxying traffic to websites, or any other sort of automation you want to use. Each server carries 4,096 ipv6 proxies which are controlled by specific port numbers.
For example, you as the user are assigned 100 proxies. This means you get 100 ports to use and each port has a different ipv6 ip address assigned to it. It has cross-compatible ipv4 support if you come across a site that does not actively support the ipv6 ip protocol. Many sites like Google and Facebook support ipv6, so this opens up quite a few opportunities.
**Security Note: Usernames are locked to specific ports. This means one users credentials are not valid on another users ports.**