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I want to configure a proxy which can rotate the IP's on session basis. Let me explain what I have done so far and what is exact requirement.

I installed 3 proxy configured it to listen on 10 Public interfaces which is working fine. But my requirement is if any user access the internet, IP which will go out should be changed for every new session. Lets say my prxy IP's are from When an user opens it will hit google webserver with IP and now if same user opens up then, it should it with or any ip b/w 6 to 14.

Is this possible?

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Why would you want to do this? What benefit would it bring? – Izzy Mar 15 '11 at 22:23
can you post your 3proxy config file somewhere? if you still have it 4 years later lol – nsij22 May 7 '15 at 23:53
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You would need a load balancer to sit in front of your proxy and redirect users to the proper IP, 3 proxy alone will not do this.

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