Which settings should I use?
There are a handful of proxy settings such as residential proxy, datacenter proxy, anonymous proxy, private proxy, dedicated proxy, public proxy, SSL proxy, and HTTP proxy. However, you’ll need a proxy setting that ensures a real IP address of physical devices. It should appear as an average user to all servers to be impossible to detect. It must enhance the avoidance of geographic restrictions or cloaking, and that’s what you get from the residential proxy. A proxy setting like the anonymous will forward connection requests without divulging any information about the client. Since it will connect to the target server on its own, it will effectively hide your IP and location. While the word private may seem tempting, it only means that it can only be used by one individual and not really the privacy angle you may think. But looking at it, you may need to go for a rotating proxy server that can change your IP address randomly. Changing IP addresses randomly ensures that users’ connection requests are better hidden. Most effective rotating proxy servers have a lot of residential proxies, and fortunately, they don’t share a subnetwork.