Currently I am using 4G Proxies from @HenryCooper
I am using raw proxies for my niche pages and client ones for my personal brand account.
For my upcoming high-ticket client I am looking to
a) use automation only for F/UF
b) interact manually on a seperate phone
I currently do this with 3 Account on my local Wifi which results on my instagram bugging out often times.
Additionally I can’t even create new IG accounts using my local network, nor using 4G.
I instantly get banned and the email and username is blocked.
My dad wanted to create an IG account on his phone and asked me why his two accounts were banned before he even had accessed / logged into them. This indicates that my rotating WLAN is “flagged” because I run 3 accounts on our local WIFI.
To prevent the client accounts from being affected I planned the following:
Setting-up a VPN Tunnel to their local Wifi Network.
“Making a proxy” out of the VPN. <— is this technically possible? If so do I need to run the proxy on a seperate server that is connected to the VPN? I would ideally need a solution that replicates this for future clients. So I would like to run multiple instances
Use the proxy I created to connect onto the local network in Jarvee for F/UF
Use the VPN on a seperate account management phone with one IG account on a single cloned IG instance
This way I want to minimize the device usage and the “suspicious” activity. It’s just unnatural to have 3 phones logged-in into the same phone two of which are very close to each other and the third one using a 4G proxy in Thailand or Asia.
I’m open for ideas and would like to discuss this issue.
You mention you are getting accounts blocked when using your residential connection, also when using your mobile. So already here I doubt it is due to flagged IP. This theory is confirmed when you say even your dad is having issues creating accounts on his phone. That is 3 different devices and 3 different networks used, unless your devices are connectef to your residential IP when trying to create accounts.
Instead of jumping into creating your own proxy, wouldn’t it be easier for you to share the same mobile proxy you will setup for automation with your costumer who may use it to do manual actions outside your automation hours or when your night mode is enabled.
As I understand this concerns only 1 account, so this could be a possibility.
This would be the solution with less hazzle atleast.
Also if you are able to, see if your dad can create an account from his 4G connection. If he fails with his old e-mail accounts, ask him to open a new account, not a g-mail. Anything else. And let him try again creating an account from his 4G connection. Hope this could help you
Within the last few days I’ve tying to create multiple accounts utilizing several of the creation methods (mostly from BHW) and it’s been a hell of a journey!
I’ve used a brand new phone with a new number with a device changer/cloner app to open and create multiple IG apps at the same time but even spoofing my location I realized this method left some footprints.
I’ve used firefox and a brand new installed chrome with the same extensions but using my phone as a mobile proxy to create accounts. And it says ip flagged as open proxy.
I’ve tried using private proxies with firefox and trying to cover most of the footprints with add-ons such as WebRTC, cookies and ad blockers, anti-tracking; also using the responsive design mode and running the browser as an android, and even spoofing my timezone to match it with my proxy and again flagged as an open proxy
And today I’ve tried a brand new tablet with mobile data, downloaded the IG app and banned the account the 1st try!
I haven’t used my home network or personal phone data directly yet but it seems they banned my very own location!
I’ve created around 10 testings with all the methods but I need at least double the amount just to start my project. 5 of them created in the new mobile testing, one when changed location, another one when used private proxy+firefox, 2 of them recovered after being banned.
This is no joke guys, things with Instagram are getting tougher …