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IPv4 Proxies

Awarded  #1 IPv4 Proxy Ecosystem

  • Scrape real-time public data from the web with user-friendly IPs
  • Never get blocked again
  • IPv4 Proxies from 195 countries
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  • 99.9%network uptime
  • Unlimited concurrent requests
  • Avoid detectionand CAPTCHAs
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Powered by an award-winning proxy infrastructure

Over 72 million residential IPs, best-in-class technology and the ability to target any country, city, ZIP Code, carrier, & ASN make our premium proxy services a top choice for developers.

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IPv4 Proxies from every country in the world

72 million+ real residential IPs means never having your IP blocked again. If you’re looking to scrape data from websites, Bright Data is the industry’s largest IPv4 proxy network. Don’t be caught without the data you need by getting blocked. Bright Data proxies are built for scale and perform at peak times.

Choose a country and city and begin your web scraping  journey.


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Proxies for scraping

IPv4 proxies for your data scraping needs

Use Bright Data to anonymously browse and collect public web data. Our proxy infrastructure is the most reliable and is trusted by over 15K+ businesses, including Fortune 500 companies. Enjoy the highest success rates in the industry at 99.99%, and explore a variety of automated web data collection products from the award-winning #1 Proxy Ecosystem. Rotate between the four main Bright Data proxy services: Residential, Mobile, ISP, and Datacenter.

Our IPv4 proxies will help you get the data you need  effortlessly and safely, avoiding access or resolving host issues.

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Why developers prefer Bright Data's AT&T proxies

  • Highest quality data
  • Largest GEO coverage
  • Best network uptime
  • Fastest output

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The highest success rate in the industry


Non-stop Innovation

New feature releases every day

Trust score 4.5 out of 5

Most Reliable

Enterprise-grade scaling

No-hassles integration for an easy start

  • Manage your IPs from the Bright Data Control Panel or API
  • Documentation for developers
  • Supports third-party software integration
  • Create and manage sub-users
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Easy-to-use with the web’s most-popular Proxy Manager

  • Most popular user-friendly proxy dashboard
  • Organize proxies with easy-to-use interface
  • No-hassle integration for first-timers
  • Define custom rules for optimized results
  • Built for developers. Powered for the enterprise

The category leader in proxies and data collection

Category leader in proxies

650TB of public data collected every day

Number of ISP proxies

New feature releases every day

Serving 7/10 universities

Serving 7/10 of the world’s leading universities

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4.5/5 Trustpilot rating

The best customer experience in the industry

You ask, we develop

New feature releases every day

24/7 global support

To answer any questions right when you need it

Full transparency

Real-time network performance dashboard

Dedicated Account Managers

To optimize your performance

Tailored solutions

To meet your data collection goals

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IPv4 proxies FAQ

An IPv4 proxy is a type of proxy that uses the IPv4 protocol to mask your IP address with another one. It allows you to browse the internet anonymously and bypass geo-restrictions.

Bright Data provides a variety of IPv4 proxies. You can use them by integrating them into your application or software using the provided credentials or via the API.

The benefits of using IPv4 proxies include anonymous browsing, bypassing geo-restrictions, and reducing the risk of getting blocked or banned by websites.

There are no specific limitations or restrictions when using IPv4 proxies with Bright Data. However, usage must comply with Bright Data's terms of service and the laws of the countries where the proxies are being used.

You can request additional IPv4 proxies through your Bright Data dashboard or by contacting Bright Data's support team.

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