How to Set Up Proxies with MoreLogin (Configuration Tutorial)

MoreLogin enables powerful multi-account management by allowing you to juggle countless profiles from one device. Integrating proxies supercharges its capabilities by letting you hide your identity and avoid blocks for seamless account scaling.

This comprehensive tutorial will illuminate step-by-step proxy configuration on MoreLogin for both Windows and macOS using four top providers:

We'll uncover the full range of residential and datacenter proxies offered by each vendor along with tailored tips for integration. Let's get started!

Why Proxies Unlock MoreLogin's True Potential

MoreLogin grants the ability to spoof distinctive browser fingerprints for each account profile. Adding proxies into the mix layers on an additional dimension of identity masking and geo-targeting.

Here are some powerful use cases that highlight the symbiotic benefits of pairing proxies with MoreLogin:

  • Manage 50+ Google accounts from a single Windows device for maximum efficiency. Use Smartproxy's residential US proxies to access Google services restricted to the US.
  • Operate regional Amazon Seller Central accounts in the US, Canada, Mexico, and Europe using dedicated IPs from Soax and BrightData to bypass cross-account restrictions.
  • Launch Facebook ad campaigns for clients across 20+ countries using GeoSurf's specialized geo-targeted proxies to get local insights and comply with regulations.
  • Automate data harvesting tasks on Craigslist by cycling through thousands of IP addresses using Proxy-Seller's rotating residential proxies to avoid getting flagged.

As you can see, integrating proxies strategically unlocks the next-level potential to scale accounts freely across platforms and regions while staying under the radar.

Top Providers Overview


Smartproxy provides a comprehensive suite of proxy solutions featuring over 195 global residential IP locations and an expansive collection of 100K+ datacenter proxy IPs spread across more than 400 subnets worldwide.

Key Features:

  • Over 55 million residential proxies are available globally
  • 100K+ datacenter proxies
  • 40Gbps network capacity
  • 99.99% uptime with low latency

Smartproxy is ideal if you need to access region-restricted content and services meant for US or EU audiences. The dedicated datacenter IPs are also great for sneaker bots.


BrightData furnishes 72+ million rotating residential IPs along with sticky sessions to persist the same IP.

Key Features:

  • Over 72 million IPs are accessible globally
  • Backconnect rotating proxies
  • Sticky sessions configurable for the same IP persistence
  • 99.99% uptime with low latency

BrightData proxies are ideal for accessing accounts simultaneously across different regions to manage cross-border brand presence or ad campaigns.


Soax provides a vast network of over 8.5 million residential and mobile proxy IPs.

Key Features:

  • Global residents across 8.5 million IPs
  • US ISP proxies
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • Authentication via API token
  • 99.9% uptime

Soax is ideal for accessing accounts and services limited to specific countries where you need to appear from native IP addresses.


Proxy-Seller provides access to a pool of over 15 million residential IP addresses spanning 220+ countries.

Key Features:

  • Large pool of residential IPs
  • IPs available across 220+ countries
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • 99.9% uptime

Proxy-Seller is ideal if you need to consistently access accounts or services meant for specific countries by rotating amongst a large pool of residential IPs.

Now, let's get into the nuts and bolts of setting up proxies for seamless usage with MoreLogin on both Windows and macOS…

Configuring Proxies with MoreLogin on Windows

Below we outline the step-by-step process for integrating proxies on the Windows MoreLogin client using each of the 4 providers covered:

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To integrate Smartproxy:

  1. Sign up on Smartproxy and purchase access to residential, backconnect or static datacenter proxies based on your needs.
  2. Under Integrations, copy your API credentials – the API key and password. These will authenticate you to use the proxies.
  3. In MoreLogin, create a new profile for managing accounts that require proxy usage.
  4. Access proxy settings for the profile and choose “Custom” configuration.
  5. Select the proxy type – HTTP, SOCKS4, or SOCKS5 depending on the endpoints you need to access.
  6. For residential proxies, enter in the “IP/Host” field to leverage the entire US residential proxy pool. For datacenters, use the assigned static IP address.
  7. Set the port to 22225 for residential and 22222 for datacenters in the respective MoreLogin fields.
  8. Paste your Smartproxy API credentials under “Proxy account” and “Proxy password”.
  9. Click “Proxy detection” and it will validate the connectivity. The IP address shown here should match your assigned datacenter proxy if you are testing that.

Once successfully configured, you can access platforms like Google, Facebook, Instagram etc. through the Smartproxy residential IPs seamlessly by launching this newly set up profile in the MoreLogin browser.

To integrate BrightData:

  1. Sign up for a BrightData account and note down your unique API key displayed in the account dashboard.

  2. If using sticky sessions, generate proxy usernames and passwords as well by creating proxy groups in your BrightData account. These authenticate you to access the sticky IPs every time.

  3. In your desired MoreLogin profile, access the proxy settings and choose the “Custom” configuration option.

  4. For rotating residential proxies, set the “IP/Host” field to and port to 22225.

    For sticky residential proxies, use as the host instead.

  5. Enter your BrightData API key as the username so it authenticates all proxy requests from this profile.

    If using sticky proxies, also fill in the generated username and password here.

  6. Click “Proxy detection” to validate the connectivity. The IP shown here should rotate on each click if you have rotating proxies enabled.

BrightData's backconnect residential proxies paired with MoreLogin allows you to automate parallel management of regional accounts easily without proxy blocks.

To integrate Soax:

  1. Create an account on and navigate to the account settings page.

  2. Copy the authentication token provided here. This will be used to authenticate against the Soax proxy service.

  3. In the desired MoreLogin profile, access the proxy configuration and select “Custom” setup.

  4. For residential proxies, enter as the “IP/Host” and 8081 as the port.

    For datacenter proxies, use as host and 8080 as port.

  5. Paste your Soax authentication token in the “Proxy account” username field. You can leave the password blank.

  6. Use “Proxy detection” to test the connectivity. The IP should rotate with each click for residential proxies.

With Soax's proxies integrated, you can now automate regional account management by allocating country-specific residential IPs to respective MoreLogin profiles.

To integrate Proxy-Seller:

  1. Create an account on Proxy-Seller and access the residential proxy dashboard.
  2. Copy the unique HTTPS proxy hostname provided here. It will be in a format like
  3. In your desired MoreLogin profile, choose “Custom” proxy configuration.
  4. Set proxy type to HTTP or HTTPS based on your need.
  5. Paste the proxy hostname into the “IP/Host” field accordingly.
  6. For HTTP proxies, set port to 8080. For HTTPS proxies, use port 8443.
  7. Enter the username and password from your Proxy-Seller account into the respective MoreLogin proxy authentication fields.
  8. Click “Proxy detection” to validate connectivity. The IP should be different on each click as it rotates.

By allocating country-specific proxy IP pools to MoreLogin profiles, you can now easily manage regional accounts simultaneously.

Configuring Proxies with MoreLogin on macOS

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The process of setting up proxies on the macOS MoreLogin client is nearly identical to the steps outlined above for Windows, with a few notable differences:

SmartproxyPorts:<br>- Datacenter – 22222<br>- Residential – 22225Same ports
BrightDataHost for residential:<br>- Rotating –<br>- Sticky – s.zproxy.lum-superproxy.ioHost for residential:<br>- Rotating –<br>- Sticky –
SoaxPort for residential proxies: 8081Port for residential proxies: 22225
Proxy-SellerNo difference in hostname or portsNo difference in hostname or ports

The core proxy configuration steps remain the same – just note the deviations in hostnames and ports in the table above when integrating on macOS.

Also, macOS uses “Preferences” instead of profile-level settings to configure proxies. Refer to the macOS edition screenshots provided in each proxy provider's dashboard for visual reference.

Below we outline the steps to set up proxies on the macOS MoreLogin client using the 4 providers:


  1. Sign up on Smartproxy and note down your API credentials.
  2. In MoreLogin Preferences, go to Network Settings.
  3. Choose Manual Proxy Configuration and select the proxy type.
  4. For residential proxies, enter in Server and 22225 in Port.
  5. For datacenters, enter static IP address in Server and 22222 in Port.
  6. Enter your API credentials in Authentication section.
  7. Click Apply and test connectivity.


  1. Get your API key from BrightData account.
  2. If using sticky sessions, generate proxy credentials too.
  3. In MoreLogin Preferences > Network Settings, pick Manual proxy.
  4. For residential rotating proxies, enter in Server and 22225 in Port.
  5. For sticky, use in Server and 22225 in Port.
  6. Enter API key in Authentication section. Use proxy username/password if needed.
  7. Click Apply and validate proxies are working.


  1. Copy authentication token from Soax account settings.
  2. In MoreLogin Network Settings, choose Manual proxy.
  3. For residential, enter in Server and 22225 in Port.
  4. For datacenter, enter in Server and 8080 in Port.
  5. Paste authentication token in Authentication username field.
  6. Click Apply and test proxy connectivity.


  1. Copy the HTTPS proxy hostname from dashboard.
  2. Go to Network Settings in MoreLogin and pick Manual proxy.
  3. Choose HTTPS as the proxy type.
  4. Paste proxy hostname in Server field.
  5. Set Port to 8443.
  6. Enter your account credentials in Authentication.
  7. Click Apply and confirm proxies work correctly.

The core proxy configuration steps remain the same – just note the deviations in hostnames and ports in the table above when integrating on macOS.

Also, macOS uses “Preferences” instead of profile-level settings to configure proxies. Refer to the macOS edition screenshots provided in each proxy provider's dashboard for a visual reference.

With these minor adjustments, you can follow the Windows instructions to seamlessly set up the various proxy options covered on the macOS edition of MoreLogin as well.

Troubleshooting Issues

Here are some common errors you may encounter and how to fix them:

Unable to detect proxy or IP not changing:

  • Check if the authentication credentials or API key entered in MoreLogin are correct
  • Confirm if you've entered the correct hostname and port as per the provider's docs
  • Try toggling the proxy type to HTTP or SOCKS5

Browserprofile not launching:

  • Verify if the proxy test is succeeding in “Proxy detection”
  • Try restarting both MoreLogin and your device
  • Clear cookies and cache in the browser profile

Slow browser performance:

  • Try selecting a proxy location that is geographically closer to you
  • Limit the number of concurrent profiles using proxies on your device
  • Upgrade to a high-bandwidth proxy package with the provider

Accessing site returns proxy IP banned error:

  • Rotate to a new proxy IP by relaunching the browser profile
  • Contact your provider to report the banned IP and request a fresh allocation

Unsure which proxy type or location to use:

  • Refer to the provider's documentation for guidelines on which proxies work best for your use cases
  • Run your own tests with different proxy types and locations to determine the optimal configuration

Reach out to your proxy provider's support channels if you are unable to resolve the issue on your own.


Here are answers to some frequently asked questions around setting up proxies with MoreLogin:

What is the best way to optimize IP rotation speed?

Set an automated profile restart schedule in MoreLogin, or manually restart profiles frequently. This will cause the IP to refresh. Also choose providers offering true backconnect rotating proxies.

How do I access a specific country's residential IPs?

Most providers offer country-specific residential proxy gateways. For example, allocates US IPs with Smartproxy. Refer to the provider's documentation for details.

How many proxy accounts can I add to MoreLogin?

MoreLogin supports adding proxies across all profiles without limits. However, system resource utilization increases with more concurrent proxy connections.

What is the best way to minimize detections?

Use providers offering true rotating residential proxy IPs. Frequently restart profiles and reset cookies/cache. Limit the number of simultaneous proxy profiles.

Go Forth and Scale Freely

This concludes our comprehensive guide to integrating top proxy providers with MoreLogin for unrestricted account scaling on Windows and macOS.

The step-by-step instructions along with tips and comparisons provided above will equip you to:

  • Set up and optimize residential or datacenter proxies tailored to your specific use cases
  • Allocate country-specific IPs to respective profiles via rotating or sticky sessions
  • Automate management of regional accounts across borders staying under the radar
  • Debug and troubleshoot common proxy integration issues

With the power of proxies combined with MoreLogin's identity cloaking, you can now easily manage an unlimited number of accounts across platforms and geographies in stealth mode.

We hope this detailed tutorial helps you maximize the potential of MoreLogin. Let us know if you have any other questions in the comments!

John Rooney

John Rooney

John Watson Rooney, a self-taught Python developer and content creator with a focus on web scraping, APIs, and automation. I love sharing my knowledge and expertise through my YouTube channel, My channel caters to all levels of developers, from beginners looking to get started in web scraping to experienced programmers seeking to advance their skills with modern techniques. I have worked in the e-commerce sector for many years, gaining extensive real-world experience in data handling, API integrations, and project management. I am passionate about teaching others and simplifying complex concepts to make them more accessible to a wider audience. In addition to my YouTube channel, I also maintain a personal website where I share my coding projects and other related content.

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