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Proxy IP services are divided into two types: exclusive IP and shared IP. These two types have their own advantages and disadvantages and are suitable for different user requirements. For most ordinary users, they mainly use shared IP, while exclusive IP serves more large users such as enterprises. Next, we will take a deeper look at the advantages and disadvantages of exclusive IP versus shared IP to help users better choose the type of proxy IP that suits their needs.
1. Speed and stability
Proprietary IP often provides a faster and more stable connection under the same conditions. This is because exclusive IP is used exclusively by one user, with no other users competing for bandwidth and resources. When a user exclusively uses an IP address, the user can make full use of the bandwidth and resources of the IP address, thereby achieving a higher connection speed and more stable network experience.
In contrast, shared IP is shared by multiple users. This means that multiple users need to share limited bandwidth and resources. When multiple users access the target website at the same time, there may be bandwidth congestion and resource competition, resulting in slower connection speeds, and even dropped or disconnected problems. Therefore, the connection speed and stability of shared IP may be slightly worse than that of exclusive IP.
In scenarios where high-speed and stable connections are required, exclusive IP is often a better choice. For example, for users who conduct large-scale data acquisition, real-time data transmission or high-frequency access, exclusive IP can ensure the stability and efficiency of data transmission, thereby improving work efficiency.
2. Commercial success rate
In the same situation, exclusive IP usually provides a higher business success rate. This is because the exclusive IP address is used exclusively by one user and is not affected by other users, thus ensuring a higher service success rate. Users do not need to worry about other users' behaviors affecting their service results when performing service operations on the exclusive IP address. This independence makes the exclusive IP address preferable in some specific service scenarios.
In contrast, shared IP is used by multiple users. In a shared IP address pool, multiple users share limited IP addresses. When multiple users use the shared IP address to perform service operations, bandwidth competition and connection congestion may occur. As a result, the connection speed may slow down, and even connection errors or disconnections may occur. These factors may affect the service success rate, especially in the service scenario that requires efficient and stable connections, the business success rate of shared IP addresses may be relatively low.
3. Size of the IP pool
In the exclusive IP service, the number of IP addresses in the IP pool is usually small, and each user can only use the IP addresses in the IP pool. This limitation makes the IP resources of exclusive IP users relatively limited, but at the same time, it also ensures the stability and reliability of each user to enjoy these IP addresses exclusively. The IP addresses in the exclusive IP address pool are more stable and less susceptible to other users because each user has exclusive IP resources.
In contrast, there are a large number of IP addresses in a shared IP pool that are used by multiple users for proxy access. The large scale of a shared IP address pool provides more IP addresses to choose from. Therefore, users can easily obtain a large number of IP addresses from a shared IP address pool for data collection and access tasks. This sharing mechanism makes the price of shared IP relatively low, making it an affordable option for users with limited budgets.
The price of exclusive IP is usually higher than that of shared IP. This is easy to understand, because exclusive IP is used exclusively by a user, so the cost must be borne by a user alone. The shared IP is used by multiple paying users, and the cost will be shared by multiple users, so the price is relatively low.
To sum up, both exclusive IP and shared IP have advantages and disadvantages, and users should choose the proxy IP type suitable for them according to their needs and budgets. If you have high requirements on connection speed, stability, and service success rate, and the budget is sufficient, you can use the IP service exclusively. If it is price-sensitive and requires a large number of IP addresses for data acquisition and access tasks, shared IP is a more affordable option. No matter which type of proxy IP is selected, users should choose a high-quality service provider to ensure a stable and efficient proxy IP connection to improve the smooth progress of data collection and access tasks.
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