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How to use the Tribot Proxy Feature

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  • Introduction
  • How to add a proxy server
  • FAQ and Troubleshooting.

 

Introduction.
 
This tutorial will help you set-up your Tribot with proxy servers.
It's important to realize that proxies are only available for VIP extended members!
 
How to add a proxy server.
 
Step 1:

Open up the Tribot Client
 
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Step 2:

 

Next click the Proxy button.

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Step 3:

 

A window will pop-up, click insert.

 

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Nickname: This is the nickname for your proxy. This can literally be anything.

 

IP:               This is the address at which your proxy is located, most of the time they look similar to this 186.323.144.122

 

Port:           This is the port which the proxy uses to connect. The default port is 1080

 

Username/Password: This field is pretty self explanatory. If your proxy does not have these just leave them blank!

 

 

Click "OK" and you're done! You've successfully added a proxy
 

 

Step 4.

Make sure to select your proxy before starting TRiBot.

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FAQ and Troubleshooting.

 

Coming soon!

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So in order to have a seperate bot on a proxy I'll have to open two tribot clients and do this at the start for the other one? Or am I able to change the proxy status of tabs as-well?

 

The former was correct, you will have to open a new client for each proxy.

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TOC

 

  • Introduction
  • How to add a proxy server
  • FAQ and Troubleshooting.

 

Introduction.

 

This tutorial will help you set-up your Tribot with proxy servers.

It's important to realize that proxies are only available for VIP extended members!

 

How to add a proxy server.

 

Step 1:

Open up the Tribot Client

 

 u7oj3dY.png

 

Step 2:

 

Next click the Proxy button.

4lNcf6F.png

 

Step 3:

 

A window will pop-up, click insert.

 

swXMQiH.png

 

Nickname: This is the nickname for your proxy. This can literally be anything.

 

IP:               This is the address at which your proxy is located, most of the time they look similar to this 186.323.144.122

 

Port:           This is the port which the proxy uses to connect. The default port is 1080

 

Username/Password: This field is pretty self explanatory. If your proxy does not have these just leave them blank!

 

 

Click "OK" and you're done! You've successfully added a proxy

 

 

Step 4.

Make sure to select your proxy before starting TRiBot.

lE4UYGv.png

 

 

FAQ and Troubleshooting.

 

Coming soon!

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