Kameleo Proxy Integration with Bright Data

Learn how to setup your Kameleo proxy settings and integrate with Bright Data's Proxy IPs

What is Kameleo?

Utilizing technology Kameleo enables stealth browsing so that you can surf the web anonymously. Instead of just using your run-of-the-mill anti-detect logic, it has a full suite of tools that help you fully automate tasks. These capabilities are powered by Kameleo’s proprietary API, as well as Selenium Stealth WebDriver. It is this that empowers you to create multiple accounts while simultaneously automating tasks while maintaining anonymity.
Residential, and Mobile Proxy Networks lie at the core of this tools’ capabilities. The following step-by-step guide will show you how to seamlessly integrate Bright Data’s proxy networks with Kameleo.

How to integrate Kameleo with Bright Data

  • Step 1: Click the New Profile button.
  • Step 2: Select the Browser + OS footprint you want to use
  • Step 3: Click on SOCKS5 and fill zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 http://zproxy.lum-superproxy.io:22225 as host and port name
  • Step 4: Fill in username and password based on the zone’s credentials.
  • Step 5: Leave both the Time zone and Geolocation Settings on Automatic Mode so they get adjusted automatically based on your Proxy IP.

Static residential IPs

It is suggested to use Static residential IPs with Kameleo as they are unique non-rotating proxies.

  • Begin by going to your Bright Data Dashboard and clicking Add Zone
  • Choose the Static residential Network
  • In the IP pool size field, input 1 as a new zone for every profile is recommended
  • Under Country choose Any from the drop-down menu as API is used to integrate with Kameleo and the country is selected there.
  • Once the zone is ready click the Save button found at the bottom right corner
  • On the left side of the dashboard you will find the Tools button, click it and choose API
  • Choose the Other Software tab found at the top
  • Now under the Zone tab choose the zone you created
  • Under Exit Node Country choose the country you would like the IP to come from
  • A printout of the required proxy connection details you require will become available at the bottom with all of your settings and account information. These details can be copied and pasted to configure your Kameleo profiles with the associated IPs.

Here is an example:

  1. Upstream Proxy Type: Http
  2. Proxy IP or hostname: zproxy.lum-superproxy.io
  3. Proxy Port: 22225
  4. Username: Your Zone user name
  5. Password: Your Zone password

Now you can change your IP within Kameleo using Bright Data’s Static residential IPs.

Shared Static residential IPs

  • Begin by going to your Bright Data Dashboard and clicking Add Zone
  • Choose your preferred pricing plan from the drop-down menu
  • For IP type select the Shared (Pay per usage) option
  • Beside Country choose the selected per request button
  • Once the zone is ready click Save at the bottom right corner
  • On the left side of the dashboard you will find the Tools button, click it and choose API
  • Choose the Other Software tab found at the top
  • Now under the Zone tab choose the zone you created
  • Under Exit Node Country choose the country you would like the IP to come from
  • A printout of the required proxy connection details you require will become available at the bottom with all of your settings and account information.
    These details can be copied and pasted to configure your Kameleo profiles with the associated IPs
    1. Upstream Proxy Type: Http
    2. Proxy IP or hostname: zproxy.lum-superproxy.io
    3. Proxy Port: 22225
    4. Username: Your Zone user name
    5. Password: Your Zone password

This way you can simply change your IP by using Kameleo with Bright Data’s Shared Static residential IPs.

Shared Datacenter IPs

To configure a Shared Datacenter zone, click the Data center network type and follow the steps above (choose Datacenter instead of Static residential IPs and change the IP type to Shared).

Residential Mobile IPs

To configure a Mobile zone, click the Mobile network type and follow the steps above (choose Mobile instead of Static residential IPs).

Contact our sales team

We’ll be happy to schedule a call and one of our representative will help you set-up your proxy settings for your use case.