Proxifier Documentation

Introduction
What’s New in Version 3
Changelog
Proxifier v2 Migration Notes
Quick Start

Working with Proxifier

Proxy Server Settings
Proxification Rules
Manual Proxification
Profiles
User Interface
System Tray Icon
Name Resolution
Proxy Chains
Proxy Redundancy
HTTP Proxy Support
Advanced Proxy Settings
Profile Auto Update
Direct Connections
Log Files
Services and Other Users

Additional Info

Proxifier Editions
Portable Network Engine
Proxy Checker
Connection Loop Detection
Proxifier System Settings
Network Error Codes

Order and Support

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Trial Version
Technical Support
End-User License Agreement

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Related Help Topics

Proxy Checker

Proxy Chains

Advanced Proxy Settings

HTTP Proxy Support

Proxification Rules

Proxy Server Settings

To add a proxy server, click either Proxy Servers in the Profile menu or the corresponding item on the toolbar:


 

WARNING!

If you were using proxies before you installed Proxifier you should disable any built-in proxy settings. Your applications should then be configured to connect “directly” to the Internet (rather than through proxies).

This will open a dialog window where you can add, edit or remove proxy servers and proxy chains used by Proxifier. If several proxy servers are specified, you can create a proxy chain.


A proxy server will be displayed in bold if it is defined as the Action for the Default Proxification Rule.

The order of the proxy servers in the list is not relevant. You can sort the list by address, port and type (protocol).

To add a proxy server, click the Add button, which will open the form where you can specify the details of the proxy server:


Address
The address of the proxy server can be a hostname or IPv4/IPv6 address.

Port
The port number to connect to the proxy server (usually 1080, 80, 8080, 3128, etc.)

Protocol
The protocol used by the proxy server. Proxifier supports four types of protocols:

 

Authentication and Options
The options available depend on the proxy server protocol.

 

You can check any proxy with the Proxy Checker tool using the Check button.

 


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