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Old 04.02.2013, 06:27
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Hi,

I can't seem to find any way after searching for how to import a proxy list without having to input each one individually through JD 2. Is there a way to add a text file (ie. notepad) with a proxy list with a proxy:port format?

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Old 04.02.2013, 07:35
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needs to be in, protocol://user:pass@ip:port format, user:pass@ optional

goto the connection manager, click IMPORT, copy paste
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Old 04.02.2013, 10:07
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needs to be in, protocol://user:pass@ip:port format, user:pass@ optional

goto the connection manager, click IMPORT, copy paste
I have several text files with thousands of proxies in ip:port format (as they are commonly listed on every website you get them from). Would that then mean I'd need to rewrite every ip:port on the list individually as "protocol://ip:port"?

Also, the user:pass wouldn't be necessary in this case since they don't require a user:pass, correct?

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Old 06.02.2013, 01:10
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needs to be in, protocol://user:pass@ip:port format, user:pass@ optional

goto the connection manager, click IMPORT, copy paste
Could someone else chime in?
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Old 20.02.2013, 20:57
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if you have list for example

124.248.211.117:443
118.70.129.101:8080
122.116.118.201:3128
190.12.86.211:3128

you have to add
http://@
to the begining of the each line (you could do it with regexp text editor or spreadsheet editor
the result mus be

http://@124.248.211.117:443
http://@118.70.129.101:8080
http://@122.116.118.201:3128
http://@190.12.86.211:3128
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Old 21.02.2013, 00:12
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you just need protocol://ip:port as minimum. You can use domainname instead of ip
text editing program with macro could copy paste for you or regex if you manage that is also possible. As I said user:pass@ was optional, if it doesn't exist you do not need to enter it.
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