Understanding Response Codes for Residential Proxies
When using our residential proxies, you may encounter various response codes that indicate different issues or errors. Here is a list of common response codes and their meanings:
Please check your authentication settings. You can authenticate either by IP white listing or by username + password.
You have surpassed your concurrent requests limit or bandwidth limit. To avoid this error, you can use fewer concurrent requests or bandwidth or upgrade your plan to get more concurrent requests or bandwidth.
You are already using the maximum number of sticky ports assigned to your account. To avoid this error, you can use fewer ports or upgrade your plan to allow for more concurrent requests.
You are trying to connect to a port that is not intended to be connected to. This commonly occurs when you are incorrectly trying to connect to SMTP, IMAP, or POP.
You are not allowed to connect to the hostname, domain, or IP address. We keep a record of blacklisted hosts in our database.
You have not subscribed to the relevant plan and are trying to use geo-features. To avoid this error, you will need to upgrade your plan.
You have sent unexpected parameters in your request. To avoid this error, make sure that your request is formatted correctly.
The exit node is not reachable. If this happens, you will need to retry the request.
There are no available exit nodes for your request. A common issue is using the incorrect country code in your request. If you have checked and the country code is correct, you can try removing the geo-targeting parameters or trying again later.
We are unable to find an exit node for the request. To overcome this error, you can try removing your location targeting from the request.
The proxy assigned to your session is no longer active. To avoid this error, you can try refreshing your sticky sessions and trying again.
We hope this information helps you understand the various response codes that may be encountered when using our services.