PYPROXY has released a major update for the PY S5 Manager, introducing new features and improvements aimed at enhancing user experience and optimizing software performance. The update includes the addition of IP range filtering, enabling users to define specific IP ranges for more efficient IP management. Another significant enhancement is the introduction of a 6-hour IP usage time, allowing users to free up IPs and bind new ports according to their needs. Additionally, the update introduces API extraction functionality, enabling users to generate proxy information based on various parameters. These updates provide users with advanced tools to streamline their online activities and improve productivity. PYPROXY remains committed to delivering the best possible service and appreciates the continued support of its users.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., 15th Aug 2023 – PYPROXY is excited to announce that a significant update has been rolled out for the PY S5 Manager. This update introduces valuable features and improvements designed to optimize your experience and enhance the overall performance and functionality of the software.
IP Range Filtering
The first major update allows users to filter the IP range. Users can now define a specific IP range by setting “Start IP” and “End IP”.
This feature increases the convenience and efficiency of managing the IPs, particularly for those managing extensive IP ranges. It provides users with a more granular level of control, facilitating a more targeted and effective approach to managing IPs.
IP Usage Time
Another significant update relates to the IP usage time, which is now set to 6 hours. If the IP status in the “Available” and “Online” columns is indicated as “true”, users have the flexibility to free it and bind a new port again. This feature is designed to offer users more control over their IP management, ensuring that they can optimize their operations according to their specific needs.
It’s important to note the specific rules regarding maximum usage time of an IP. The usage time of each IP consumption can be up to 6 hours. When the “Available” status is “False”, it means that the IP binding time exceeds six hours.
If the “Available” status is “false” but “Online” is “true”, it means that the usage time is more than six hours but this IP can still be used. Users need to consume the IP balance to rebind the IP.
If the “Online” status is “false”, the IP is considered offline. In this case, users need to re-bind an IP, and the IP balance will need to be consumed.
The third key update is the addition of the API extraction function. Users can now generate proxy information by setting parameters such as country, state, city, ISP, zip code, port, and generated quantity, and the corresponding IP balance will be deducted accordingly. This function adds a new level of automation to the software, helping users save time and further streamline their processes.
Please note, when extracting IP through API, opening the link will trigger an automatic deduction from the corresponding IP balance. Therefore, we strongly advise against opening the link repeatedly to avoid unnecessary consumption of the IP balance.
This PY S5 update is a significant step forward, providing users with even more advanced tools for managing their online activities efficiently and effectively. We are confident that these updates will make your experience with PY S5 more flexible, convenient, and productive. As always, we appreciate your support and look forward to continuing to provide the best possible service.
Contact Person: PYP
Email: [email protected]
Contact Number: +85251239526
City: Hong Kong
Country: Hong Kong S.A.R.
Release Id: 1508235526
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