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Safe to run two bots on same IP?


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2 minutes ago, YoHoJo said:

Sure. People typically run 1-5 bots per IP address.

You just run the risk of getting a chain ban (Both accounts get banned banned if either one of they are caught for botting).

 

 

2 minutes ago, Lost Panda said:

Proxies are used mostly to lower the chain bans

i mean , you might wanna try it yourself with the same IP and see how it goes.

Where can i buy the best proxies you recommend for cheap?

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2 minutes ago, Steven Jay said:

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Where can i buy the best proxies you recommend for cheap?

https://osbot.org/forum/forum/178-other/

Search here or search on google 

But like i said ur only doing 2 accs its not that big of a deal unless you're botting on high leveled accounts then use proxies.

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2 minutes ago, YoHoJo said:

Google "socks5 proxies" there are tons of providers.
Can search on OSBot forums too, there has been discussion about this before.

GL

Since you're only running two accounts, I'd say you're fine to bot on your home IP no problem.
If you expand to 3+ accounts, you may want a proxy.

 

How long have you ran more than one bot on your same ip for?

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Just now, Steven Jay said:

Yeah but how long have u did it? No ban? I want to bot on a 100s as 1 of the accs.

I assume you're wondering if it's possible long term?
If so, yes, people have done it for long periods of time.

Lots of factors go into bans: the script you use, hours you bot, people who report you, and a lot more, etc.

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The fewer bots per IP, the better. Some argue that chain bans isn't a thing. I would strongly disagree, the accounts I have used separate IPs for have NEVER been banned at the same time, whereas I've had accounts that were in the process of resting - that suddenly got banned alongside another bot on the same IP.

 

Happy botting :D 

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