Unable to filter residential proxies

bambinou

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Hello everyone,

I'm currently facing a significant challenge with the Zenno proxy checker and I'm uncertain about whether I should make a purchase.

When using residential proxy providers, they provide you with an address in the following format:

`username:password@ip:port`.

Each time a new connection is established, the proxy changes.

My question is realted to the scenario where I paste the above format 10 times in the proxy list:

```
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
username:password@ip:port.
```

In theory, this should result in 10 proxy connections. However, the Zenno proxy checker seems to only recognize one connection as they all have the same port, ip, username and password, and I'm struggling to understand the reason behind this behavior.

My goal is to distinguish between bad and good proxies using this approach, but it's proving to be ineffective.

Could someone please guide me on how to address this issue?

My expectation was that the proxy checker would be capable of connecting to hundreds of proxies, filtering them, storing them in memory, and then directly passing them to the Zenno poster. Unfortunately, it's not functioning as expected.

Do any of you have suggestions on what steps I can take to tackle this problem?
I try to paste them one by one manually, then as a list, nothing works.

Thank you.
 

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