Yes, you can. In order to send a request through a random country, use the main entry without any additional parameters.

Another way to get random countries is to use the sticky port entry - 49999. IP stickiness will be retained for 10 minutes. After that, the previous IP address will be replaced with a new one.

You can also use our Endpoint generator to effortlessly create a list of endpoint entries to make requests through random countries. To access this tool, first, you have to log in to the dashboard, then on the left side, select Residential Proxies, and click on Endpoint generator. Then, choose the following settings:


This section allows you to select a region for better connectivity. Pick Hong Kong or Beijing if you're connecting from China, or choose Global for the rest of the world.

Choosing the region

Authentication method

  1. User authentication — enter your proxy sub-user's credentials.

  2. Whitelisted IPs — the Endpoint generator will take your whitelisted IPs automatically.

Endpoint type

  1. Backconnect entry — a single backconnect proxy enables you to choose city-specific settings via additional parameters in the username.

  2. Country — it enables you to choose a specific country without additional settings.

Note that the option you choose here will affect the session time of a proxy. You can find more information under “Session type” below.

Location settings

Here you should select Any under the Country field to run requests through random countries.

Session type

  1. Sticky — with the Backconnect entry setting chosen, it will keep the same IP address for up to 30 minutes. You can adjust the duration under the Session time field. If you previously chose the Country setting, it will keep the same IP address for up to 10 minutes.

  2. Rotating — it will use a different IP with each request.

Output format

Here, you can choose the format (port or HTTP) to receive your endpoints list.

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