Can I request an IP change every 15 seconds?
Yes. Our code snippet defines an IP change by number of requests (the default is 40), but can be modified by you so that your code would change every number of seconds as well.
How can I see my current bandwidth usage with your API?
You can see your current bandwidth usage with the following curl request: curl -H "X-Lum-Auth: lum-customer-YOUR_CUSTOMER_ID-zone-YOUR_ZONE-key-PASSWORD" "https://brightdata.com/api/bw" Full request example: curl -H "X-Lum-Auth: lu...
My code/software/LPM bandwidth calculation is not similar to the numbers on my control panel dashboard, How can I debug it?
Your Brighdata Control panel Dashboard is the number we count into your monthly invoice as it calculates the rquests end BW, while LPM provides an assumption for requests BW. to see how we calculate BW, Click hereTo repreduce the e...
Can you recommend ways for us to speed up proxies and drop slow ones?
In the 200 Response there is a field called "x-luminati-timeline".The time in the field is the latency between the last IP and the site. You can use that to measure up to evaluate IPs. Some fields and their meanings: z20822-init:1...
How do I exclude a specific IP?
You cannot remove specific IPs because the super proxy allocates them randomly. However, you can make a simple query to get the specific IP you want to exclude. Go to http://lumtest.com/myip and disconnect (change session).
Why did I get the same IP after changing the session ID?
Sometimes an HTTP client caches the proxy username/password and as a result you may get the same IP even after changing a session. Ensure that your code accurately follows Bright Data's 'high performance' sample according to the la...
For a quick overview of your usage, go to the event sign in your Zones page: The event log will show you one line of data for the first request made with each unique IP in the past hour. The presented data is: Date: Time and date...