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on: April 21, 2020, 12:30:43 PM
What is round robin? A round robin proxy system is a system that uses a multitude of proxies. Meaning every incoming load is auto-distributed amongst hundreds of different android devices resulting in requests to the internet being handled by many ip's at the same time.

Round Robin proxy systems can be internet service provider specific, meaning if you wanted an RR system made up all of T-Mobile lines, this can be easily produced. If you wanted a system made up only of AT&T lines, again easily produced. Likewise, if you wanted all Spectrum, Comcast Cable, or any other isp that can be done.

Another option is a mix of all isp's on an RR network. Under this scenario we would add Sprint, Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile, Comcast Cable, Spectrum, Suddenlink, CenturyLink, Cox Communications, Verizon Fios, and all the smaller cable and dsl companies to the package. Incoming requests would be distributed to thousands of androids all across the U.S. resulting in a wide ip range distribution.

This system is based on load distribution. This means it is otherwise known as a dynamic ip service. This is not a static or dedicated ip service.

This particular system is built upon the HTTP & HTTPS proxy protocol.

The round robin system load-distributes, which means bandwidth is never an issue. You are free to burn up as much bandwidth as you like. This system also runs on the native ipv6 ip if the local isp supports it at the source. Our system is designed to automatically pass both ipv4 and ipv6 ip's simultaneously. Under the ipv4 issued to you, ipv6 passes through automatically no matter whether you are using a browser or any other type of program.