There is no option to change location from your side, in fact we only offer one location per account. We can change it once or twice during your subscription term (I just did) but we don't change locations/rotate proxies by request. If you require more than one location please purchase more accounts.
A.Yes. To sign up for additional subscriptions you need to visit the order page here https://getfoxyproxy.org/proxyservice/, select the plan you'd like and then add your billing information. Make sure that you are using the same email address you used when you signed up at the first time. So that we can keep all your subscriptions under one account. B.After that you can visit the Customer Panel to view information about your subscriptions. The link to the Customer Panel is http://getfoxyproxy.org/panel Thanks.
Would you please take a screenshot of the proxy/VPN settings and the error message? Here is how to take a screen shot http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/ Make sure that you are using the details information below: (insert the account’s information)
Unfortunately, you can not change the password at your side. Please let us know the new password you want. We can change it at our side. Thanks.
Please login the customer panel. http://getfoxyproxy.org/panel Click on the orange rectangle box “Action” and choose “Stop Auto Renew". A small window pops up and click “Yes”.
Please provide the username and we will charge the account and reactivate it. Thanks
You can subscribe to a new account here: https://getfoxyproxy.org/proxyservice Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
Recurly > Account Info > Scroll down to the bottom > Copy the link of "Hosted Edit Billing Information URL:" > Paste it (Figure out whether Jira Desk Service can reply copy and paste the link by connecting to Recurly.)
Please follow the link below: https://getfoxyproxy.org/help/proxyservice/
Please follow the link below: https://getfoxyproxy.org/vpn/
a.Instructions on how to set it up may be found here: *Windows---http://docs.getfoxyproxy.org/index.php/VPNDocs-OpenVPN-Windows8 *Mac OSX---http://docs.getfoxyproxy.org/index.php/VPNDocs-OpenVPN-OSX b.To be able to connect to this VPN, you'll need a certificate in addition to your username and password. You can download from the customer panel which of the link is http://getfoxyproxy.org/panel c.Click on the orange rectangle box “Action”. d.Click on "Get OpenVPN config file" Let us know if you need any further assistance.
Unfortunately we don't offer free trials at this time. We advise you to create a month account and test your service. Please let us know shortly if you are not happy with the service. We have 3 million users using our service. We provide high quality products with reasonable price. Thank you for interesting in our business.
Please visit this page: http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/
To test the speed of your connection, visit http://testmy.net/ a free online Bandwidth testing tool
The problem isn't a result of a failure of our systems, but has a lot to do with changes made by the BBC to how they deliver content. You'll notice that live BBC footage isn't affected but only iPlayer content is the problem. To watch iPlayer, please disable the proxy in your browser and connect via VPN. VPN access comes bundled with you account so you do not have to pay extra for it. To set up VPN, please follow the instructions for your Operating System found here: http://getfoxyproxy.org/vpn/
Hulu content is restricted to a particular geographic region, namely the United States. because of this, Hulu has apparently started to blockIP addresses of VPN networks. When you attempt to view or stream a programme on Hulu, you may receive information that the video library can only be watched from within the United States or that you cannot access the library using an anonymous proxy tool. If you're unable to access Hulu, [contact us] and we'll be more than happy to assign you to a different VPN/proxy server.
We would recommend to visit https://www.speedtest.net and test your connection speed, once you have your results share with us your screenshot. Please note that sometimes your network performance can be affected by the speed of your Internet connection.
When FoxyProxy is set to Use proxies based on their pre-defined patterns and priorities, Firefox asks FoxyProxy if a proxy should be used to load URLs. FoxyProxy answers this question by attempting to match the current URL with all of the URL patterns you've configured. There are two ways to match URLs with FoxyProxy: https://getfoxyproxy.org/patterns.html#wildcards or https://getfoxyproxy.org/patterns.html#regex. Please note that all patterns -- white and black -- are ignored when FoxyProxy is set to "Use proxy ABC for all URLs"
No, we do not offer SOCKS proxies, but our software has SOCKS support.
a)Login to the Customer Panel and download the configuration file from the Actions Menu, this will typically be called xxxx.ovpn (where xxxx is the server name) Run the OpenVPN client with the downloaded configuration file. b)Installing the OpenVPN client Usually, the easiest way to install an OpenVPN client is to use the package management system for your particular Linux distribution. c)Run one of the following commands (as root): 1.Fedora/CentOS/RedHat:yum install openvpn 2.Ubuntu/Debian:apt-get install openvpn d)OpenVPN connections can usually be created from the Network Manager of your distro. If not, you may have to install the OpenVPN Network Manager plugin for your distribution. e)For Ubuntu you can do sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn openvpn
If you feel that you have been charged erroneously by FoxyProxy, please contact us. In your email, let us know the amount that was charged,the date the transaction occurred and the last four digits of your Credit/Debit Card.
The FoxyProxyPlus License is only valid for one computer, if you'd like to use FoxyProxyPlus on a number of computers, you'll have to purchase a license for each computer that will have FoxyProxy Plus installed.
Account Information such as Billing Info, Server statuses and configuration files is available in the Customer Panel The panel can be viewed here
We offer the following Subscription Terms: 1 Month, 6 Months or 1 Year. [[https://support.getfoxyproxy.org/ Contact us to change your term]]
No, we don't provide.
You are entitled to a pro-rated refund of the unused portion of your subscription at any time and for any reason. Note, however, that the pro-rated amount is based on the fulfilled term of your subscription, not on the purchased term. For example, if you purchase a 1-year subscription at $89.88 and want a refund after 2 months, the refunded amount will be $69.70, not $74.90. That is based on the $9.99 monthly price, not the discounted $7.49 monthly price. Months are rounded up; if your term began on the 12th of the month, then a full month has been consumed on the 13th.
If your account is terminated due to Terms of Service violation, you are not entitled to any refund -- pro-rated or otherwise.
We're working on enabling our Customers to update their Billing Info from the Customer Panel, In the mean time, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to update your info.
Something must have gone wrong during account creation, please send an email to email@example.com and we'll be more than happy to help.
There's a great article on that [here]
There are hundreds of websites that show your location based on your IP address. But there are only 3 or 4 companies that collect and publish this information--it is neither an easy job nor an exact science to collect and maintain this data.
Why isn't collecting this information an exact science? Because there is no master list of how IP addresses are assigned to countries. Educated guesses are made to create these databases. The variability of the data is similar to using Google vs. Yahoo search engines: when you search for a keyword, maybe you'll get the same results from Google and Yahoo, but maybe not. And each day the results may be a little different. One day they could be the same, the next different, and the 3rd day the same again. The answer changes.
There are many reason IP location data varies, but one of them is that IP addresses are often used by different devices at different times in different countries or cities. Think about that for a moment. Such IP addresses are not fixed to a specific location at all. The question you are asking, "Where is this IP address?", can't be answered accurately. Hence, the educated guess... and each company creating these databases has a slightly different method for making that guess.
In any case, educated guesses are packaged into databases and sold. These databases are available from such companies as MaxMind, NeuStar, and GeoBytes. Google has its own proprietary database that it does not share or sell. All of these databases are constantly updated, and their information is slightly different for the reasons mentioned above.
Depending on which website you use for IP location information, you can get the same or different results. Results will be the same if the websites are using the same database and the same version of that database. Results can be different when the websites are using different databases or even different versions of the same database.
FoxyProxy's public site for displaying IP location information is here. It uses MaxMind for its data. We have another (internal only) page that uses Google's proprietary database. When you purchase the [http://getfoxyproxy.org/corporate/ Google-Accuracy addon package, we use this to guarantee your IP address matches the country you expect Google Play and other Google products to detect.