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Bright Data proxy network is built of over 72million IPs from 195 countries
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- 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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- No-hassle integration for first-timers
- Define custom rules for optimized results
- Built for developers. Powered for the enterprise
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TCP Proxy FAQ
What is TCP proxy?
TCP, or Transmission Control Protocol, is a fundamental protocol used for transmitting data over the internet. In the context of Bright Data, our services operate over TCP to ensure reliable and ordered delivery of data packets. This is crucial for maintaining the high performance and reliability of our proxy services.
However, we do not offer a specific "TCP proxy" product. Our proxy services include Residential Proxies, Datacenter Proxies, and Mobile Proxies, all of which operate over TCP as part of their underlying network protocols.
How does a TCP proxy work?
A TCP proxy intercepts TCP connection requests from clients and establishes separate connections to the destination servers on their behalf. It then relays data between the client and server, performing functions such as load balancing, security filtering, or protocol translation.
What are the benefits of using a TCP proxy?
TCP proxies offer several advantages, including improved network performance through caching and compression, enhanced security by filtering malicious traffic, scalability through load balancing and traffic distribution, and flexibility for protocol conversion or application optimization.
What types of applications or protocols can I use a TCP proxy for?
TCP proxies are commonly used for a wide range of applications and protocols, including HTTP(S), SMTP, FTP, SSH, socks5 and custom TCP-based applications. They can optimize and secure various network services by managing TCP connections at the protocol level.
Are there free TCP proxy options available?
Bright Data does not offer a free proxy service. However, we do provide a variety of flexible proxy pricing options to suit different needs and budgets. You can try our free trial and test our product
Can I use a TCP proxy for load balancing?
Yes, TCP proxies can be used for load balancing by distributing incoming client connections across multiple backend servers based on predefined algorithms such as round-robin, least connections, or server health checks. This helps improve service availability and scalability.