How to Create 4G/5G Mobile Proxy With Proxy-seller

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When it comes to online privacy, security is paramount. A perfect way to protect your online identity is by using a proxy server. A proxy server acts as an intermediary between your device and the internet, masking your real IP address with a different one, ensuring that websites you visit cannot trace your true location.

Mobile proxies, particularly those using 4G, LTE, or 5G networks, offer enhanced security by leveraging Carrier-Grade GNT. This makes it harder for websites to block individual users, as multiple users share the same public IP address. In addition to security, mobile proxies are invaluable for activities like web scraping, SEO monitoring, and managing social media accounts, helping you avoid IP bans and rate limits.

What are Mobile Proxies?

What are Mobile Proxies

A mobile proxy is a server that acts as a middleman between your device and the internet, using a mobile network connection from carriers like T-Mobile or Verizon. This type of proxy uses an authenticated SIM card that supports 4G or 5G standards, allowing it to assign IP addresses from a pool provided by the mobile carrier. These IP addresses can rotate at set intervals or be changed as needed, making them highly dynamic. The primary advantage of mobile proxies is their high trust level and reduced risk of being blocked, as they use real mobile networks. Unlike residential proxies, mobile proxies require the device to be connected to mobile data, not Wi-Fi.

Why create your own 4G/5G mobile proxy?

So, you might be wondering, why I should create my own 4G/5G mobile proxy. New AI algorithms can easily detect and block traditional proxies making it harder to use automation software. With the advance of machine learning technology which monitors the behavior of accounts and IP patterns, it is easier to identify and ban data centers and even residential proxies. By creating your mobile proxy, you can bypass these restrictions, as mobile proxies use CGNAT technology that enables the mobile proxy to share the same IP address across multiple users and this makes it harder to detect and block.

Mobile proxies benefit businesses that rely on web scraping, SEO monitoring, and automation tools. Unlike residential proxies that often come with bandwidth limitations, mobile proxies provide unlimited bandwidth, making them more cost-effective for high-volume data tasks. This is particularly helpful for large businesses that need to manage extensive web scraping or data collection activities without incurring prohibitive costs.

Moreover, creating your mobile proxy farm ensures the highest level of privacy and control. You can manage the equipment, customize settings, and monitor usage, ensuring that no unauthorized users access your proxies. This full control over your proxy operation not only enhances security but also guarantees high uptime and stability. Mobile proxies also enable geolocation targeting, allowing you to scrape data and test applications in specific regions more effectively.

Hardware requirements for creating 4G/5G mobile proxy

For you to be successful in setting up your own 4G/5G Mobile proxy from scratch you need a few key steps that will assist you during the setup. First, you will need the right pieces of equipment and a proper setup to manage it all smoothly. Here are the hardware requirements you will need to create and configure your 4G/5G mobile proxy:

i. Raspberry PI

Raspberry PI

For your mobile proxy setup to work well you will need a Raspberry Pi single-board computer which is the core item during the setup. There are several models to choose from, but for the best performance, we suggest going with a Raspberry Pi 4. You can purchase this equipment on Amazon and make sure you have all the package plus the power supply since it's a must to use it.

ii. 4G/5G USB  Modem/Dongles

4G 5G USB  Modem

4G/5G dongles, also known as USB modems in some places, are small USB devices that let you connect to a mobile carrier's network using a SIM card. With numerous USB Modems available out there one successful dongle for 4G you can use is Unlocked MF823 4G LTE USB Stick, Huawei E3372h Modem. These modems were once popular but currently, they are not as popular as they once were. In this setup, 4G/5G dongles provide the 4G/5G cellular connection, which is what makes our proxy a 4G/5G proxy.

Always note to be sure to pick a modem that Raspberry Pi supports well and has good compatibility with. Since we have different frequencies in each country we need to know the ideal frequency that can operate on the cellular networks. So here are different dongle model versions you can look at :

Depending on where you are, you will need different Modem/dongle models.

  • In China, you will need the E3372h-607 since China uses different cellular technology.
  • In Europe, Oceania, Asia, or Africa, you can use these versions:

– Proxidize-153 dongle

– E3372h-320

– E3372h-153

– E3372h-607

  • In North or South America, these models will work for you:

– Proxidize-510 dongle

– E3372h-510

– E3372h-511

iii. SIM card with a  data plan

SIM card with a  data plan

This step is crucial when setting up a mobile proxy. It is wise to choose a dependable mobile operator that provides 4G/5G connectivity and an unlimited data plan in your country. When setting up your own mobile 4G/5G proxies for social media sites like Instagram, try out 3-4 different SIM providers to find out which ones permit IP address changes. Keep in mind that some providers assign static IPs, making it difficult to switch between addresses.

iv. USB hub

A USB hub is essential for connecting multiple modems simultaneously. Usually, hubs with 10-20 ports are used to accommodate several modems at once.

v. Power Supply

For powering your Raspberry Pi and modem, you will need a suitable power supply that meets their voltage and current requirements. It is essential to choose one that matches the needs of both devices.

vi. MicroSD Card(16GB or larger)

MicroSD Card 16GB or larger

You will need a microSD card for this setup. It is important to note that you will have to install an operating system called Raspbian on this card. However, you can also purchase an SD card that already has Raspbian pre-installed.

vii. Ethernet Cable and Connectors

Ethernet Cable and Connectors

To make our proxy operational, it is essential to be connected to our Rasberry PI. Therefore the router will be connected using Ethernet cable and other connectors such as USB cables, HDMI cables, and adapters will connect the Rasberry PI and the monitor. Without these connectors, we won't be able to access our proxy. This challenge arises from cellular networks, particularly CGNAT technology. CGNAT enables mobile carriers to share a single IP address among multiple users, but it also restricts inbound traffic to specific ports. As a result, we can't directly connect to our proxy using just the 4G/5G connection.

viii. Proxy Seller Account

Create an account in this mobile proxy to access their proxy services and pick a suitable plan for you.

ix. Host

How to Set Up 4G/5G Mobile Proxy with Proxy-Seller?

Proxy-Seller is the top provider of physical mobile proxies, delivering reliable and professional solutions for your proxy needs. It has advanced physical equipment and an automated management panel making it simple to set up and use your mobile proxies. These proxies are highly trustworthy and less likely to be blocked by websites or social media platforms, significantly reducing the risk of account blocks. With this guide, we do not need to access their physical equipment since we have created ours in the above configuration to reduce the cost. So you will just need the purchase the proxy seller software where its control panel will integrate and automate with our hardware.

With a single SIM card, you can access over 1,000 unique IP addresses per day. Additionally, you can save more than five times the cost compared to purchasing from regular proxy providers. This guide will walk you through creating your own secure and reliable 5G/4G mobile proxy for internet browsing. With the hardware above ready, we will proceed with simple preparations and assembly. These steps are quick and simple. After completing them, we can begin the proxy creation process, which is easy and automated through a script, which can take you only 10-20 seconds. Here are the key steps to follow:

Step 1: Configure the Raspberry Pi.

Setting up your Raspberry Pi involves several key steps to ensure everything runs smoothly:

1. Installation of an Operating System. The first step is to download and install Raspberry Pi OS onto your microSD card. Make sure to Download the latest version of Raspbian from the official website.

2. Connect Peripherals. Attach your Raspberry Pi to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse using appropriate cables. Power it up with the supplied power adapter.

3. Insert SIM Card: With your 4G/5G USB Dongle with you insert the SIM Card.

4. Connect to Raspberry Pi: Connect the USB dongle to a USB port on the Raspberry Pi.

5. Router Setting Connection: To set up 4G/5G proxies, you will need to adjust your home router settings. Specifically, you will want to forward port 3128 in your router settings. Connect your Raspberry Pi to the router using a cable. This setup allows the Raspberry Pi to access your network using your home IP while routing traffic through your SIM card's internet connection. Use the graphical interface or command line to configure network connectivity via Ethernet cable ensuring the Raspberry Pi is connected to the internet.

Note: We avoid using WiFi here because it can be unstable for our needs and cause significant issues, especially if you are not near your router. The Raspberry Pi's WiFi capabilities are relatively limited since it lacks a WiFi antenna.

6. Install Necessary Software: Install required software packages like web servers, and proxy software(Proxy-Seller) which will be highlighted later on, and configure firewall settings as needed. Using the command line interface (CLI)

Update System:

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get upgrade

Install PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol):

sudo apt-get install ppp

Install USB Modeswitch:

sudo apt-get install usb-mode switch

Step 2: Configure 4G/5G Modems.

Now that your Raspberry Pi is ready, it is time to set up and configure your 4G/5G modem.

  • Start by inserting the modem with an active SIM card into a USB port on your Raspberry Pi. Ensure compatibility by referring to the manufacturer's documentation or online resources.
  • Next, configure the modem's network settings using either the graphical interface or command line interface (CLI). This step involves setting up APN (Access Point Name) settings, adjusting connection parameters, and entering any required authentication details provided by your mobile network provider.

Create or edit the configuration file for your USB dongle.

Example of Huawei dongle:

sudo nano /etc/ppp/peers/provider

Add the following content:

/dev/ttyUSB0 115200

connect '/usr/sbin/chat -v -f /etc/chatscripts/provider'





Edit Chat Script:

sudo nano /etc/chatscripts/provider

Add the following content:





'' 'ATZ'

'OK' 'AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","your_apn"'

'OK' 'ATDT*99#'


Replace your_apn with the APN of your mobile network provider.

  • After configuring the network settings, verify the connection by testing if your Raspberry Pi can establish a mobile data connection through the modem. You can do this by accessing the internet or using network diagnostic tools to confirm connectivity. This ensures your setup is ready to proceed with creating your 4G/5G mobile proxies. You can as well run this script in CLI to connect to the internet and set up a proxy server.

1. Connect to the Internet:

sudo pon

Check the connection status:

ifconfig ppp0

2. Set up a Proxy Server

Install Squid Proxy:

sudo apt-get install squid

Configure Squid:

sudo nano /etc/squid/squid.conf

Add the following configuration:

http_port 3128

acl localnet src     # Adjust your

network range

acl localnet src  # Adjust your

network range

acl localnet src   # Adjust your

network range

http_access allow localnet

http_access allow localhost

http_access deny all

Restart Squid:

sudo systemctl restart squid

We normally use Squid Proxy Layer to set up Squid on your host machine to manage local caching, traffic control, and additional security.

Also on the Configuration: Squid is configured to handle incoming requests, apply caching rules, manage access control, and forward requests to Proxy-Seller proxies as needed. While Proxy-Seller uses its dashboard to manage proxy authentication, rotation, and monitoring.

  • When the Modem is plugged into a Windows or Mac OS machine, your 4G/5G Modem/dongle should automatically open a browser window displaying the web dashboard. If this does not happen, your 4G/5G dongle is likely malfunctioning. The dashboard provides information about your connection status and indicates whether you have cellular data available or not. After you have logged in to your Raspberry Pi with your username and password, then enter the following command (lsusb) to view the output:

Step 3: Integrate with Proxy-Seller

Proxy-Seller home page

For effective management of your modem, it is essential to utilize a robust control panel that integrates multipurpose functionality with an in-built interface. Proxy-Seller provides a cost-effective solution, allowing you to optimize the performance of your mobile proxies to their fullest potential.

Sign Up or Login to Proxy-seller

First, sign up or log in to Proxy-Seller and purchase their proxy services(4G or 5G mobile proxy). After purchasing, you will receive configuration details such as IP addresses, ports, and authentication credentials. Proxy-Seller might require authentication, and  you can  run the script below in your CLI to configure basic authentication in Squid:

Configure Authentication:

You can configure basic authentication in Squid:

sudo htpasswd -c /etc/squid/passwd proxyuser

Edit squid.conf to include:

auth_param basic program /usr/lib/squid/basic_ncsa_auth /etc/squid/passwd

auth_param basic children 5

auth_param basic realm Squid proxy-caching web server

auth_param basic credentialsttl 2 hours

acl authenticated proxy_auth REQUIRED

http_access allow authenticated

Restart Squid:

sudo systemctl restart squid

Configure the proxies to use your Raspberry Pi's IP address and port forward the necessary ports (such as port 3128) on your home router to the Raspberry Pi for proxy operation.

Install the selected proxy(Proxy-Seller) software using your operating system's package manager on Raspberry Pi OS to install the proxy software recommended by Proxy-Seller.


Deploy and Manage Proxies

While configuring Proxy software enter the proxy configuration details (IP address, port) provided by Proxy-Seller into the proxy software settings on the Raspberry Pi. Deploy the configured proxies for your intended use, such as secure internet browsing or web scraping. Monitor and manage the proxies through the Proxy-Seller's dashboard or control panel, ensuring they operate effectively and securely.

In the dashboard in the upper left corner, you can check your balance and view the status of connected modems. The account settings section provides various functionalities that you can apply such as:

– Updating user data

– Implementing APIs customized to meet your specific requirements

– Setting authorization data for all account modems

– Adding domains to manage proxy server status/IP and facilitate reboots

– Configuring notifications via email and Telegram

– Convenient balance top-ups using bank cards or cryptocurrency

– Removing duplicates

– Tracking and managing deliveries and payments.

Test Proxy

Verify the functionality of the mobile proxy after installing and configuring the software. You can test the below:

  • Use any proxy client to connect to your new proxy server using the IP address of your Raspberry Pi and port 3128.
  • Verify the proxy is working by checking your IP address on websites like

Following these steps above will enable you to create and effectively manage your own 4G/5G mobile proxies using Proxy-Seller's resources and services.

Disclaimer: If you are building your own mobile proxy network using Raspberry Pi and modems, it will take some technical skills. It is advisable to make sure to follow all safety measures and consult official guides or online tutorials for detailed instructions.

Creating Mobile Proxies with Proxy-Seller Equipment

If you do not want to create your own hardware to create 4G/5G you can go directly to the Proxy Seller platform and purchase their physical equipment at a cost.

Proxy Seller cost

Proxy Seller kits come with everything you need: a microcomputer, USB hub, and 4G modems. Where you can just order online and receive the equipment via delivery. Once you have got the equipment, it is assembly time. Connect everything to power and the internet. Then, pop in SIM cards from any GSM carrier with an active internet plan into the modems.

Here is the summary process on how it works:

  1. Order the physical equipment from Proxy Seller.
  2. Purchase real SIM cards and integrate them into the equipment.
  3. Connect the equipment to the panel and enable your mobile proxy. From there, you can use and manage the proxy with ease.

You can create a datacenter for your company departments, sell proxies to your customers, or sell directly to Proxy Seller for instant profits.


To sum up, setting up a mobile proxy on the Proxy-Seller platform is simple and does not require extensive time or specialized expertise. The platform's blend of flexible features and user-friendly interface offers a dependable, efficient, and cost-effective solution ideal for individual users and small to medium-sized businesses. Creating your own mobile proxy network with Raspberry Pi and 4G/5G modems provides a cost-effective and perfect solution for various applications. By following the steps detailed in this guide, you now can tailor your proxy server configuration to suit your specific requirements.

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