How to Configure Proxy Settings on Incogniton
Incogniton is an anti-detection browser that helps you to create and manage multiple accounts without being recognized and banned.
Setting up proxies for Incogniton Browser
1. Create an account on Incogniton website
2. Download and install the Incogniton Browser,
3. Sign up using your account credentials.
4. Click on New Profile to set up a profile
5. Go to Proxy section
6. Here, select “HTTP” in Connection Type. By default, all NetNut proxies are HTTP, but we also have SOCKS5 proxies available. Contact our sales team if you’re interested.
7. In Proxy (ip:port) field enter this string: gw.ntnt.io:5959
8. Input your NetNut proxy credentials.
9. Click “Check proxy” to test the Proxy Connection Status.
10. When you’re all set, hit “Create Profile”.
Congrats, now you’re well equipped with proxies!
We took Rotating Residential IPs and HTTP protocol as examples, using the standard [Login User] format, which is:[username-res-any].
a) Username in the [username-res-any] should be your proxy login name.
b) “res” in the [username-res-any] stands for rotating residential IPs. You can also choose “dc” for datacenter IPs, or “stc” for static residential IP.
c) any in the [username-res-any] means any country. If you keep “any” unchanged, the IP will be changed from one country to another. If you want to select a certain country for different browser profiles, use these country codes instead.
For more information see our integration guidelines.