Nimble IP


When you use Nimble proxies, the target website only receives the request headers you choose to send. Your proxy credentials are for accessing the proxy gateway itself, and are never forwarded.

Nimble proxies auto-rotate IPs by default. Every request you make will be sent through a different exit node, in accordance with your pipeline settings.

If you’d like to maintain an IP for long periods of time, you can start a sticky session.

For a detailed walkthrough and examples, see our Backconnect Gateway Documentation.

Credit rollover is available with our Professional and Enterprise plans.

We offer four subscription plans ranging from Essential to Enterprise, and a pay-as-you-go option for more flexibility.

To learn more, visit our plans and pricing page.

To change your plan, send us a message via the shared Slack channel or email us at [email protected].


Once you start a sticky session, Nimble will keep the connection open for as long as you need (subject to peer availability). Sticky sessions are closed only after 10 minutes of inactivity.

If you’d like a new IP, simple start a new session.

Nimble’s infrastructure is designed to handle any number of threads, so there’s no limit on the number of sessions running at the same time.


A country is selected randomly for proxy requests that do not include a target country.

If your requests are not receiving a random country, make sure that:

1. Your pipeline settings do not include a target country, and are set to ALL.

2. You are not sending a country parameter in your request.

To get a sticky IP, add “-session-<random_string>” to the username segment of the authentication string.

For example:



If you’re using a whitelist instead of username/password authentication, you can start a session by choosing a port between 9000 and 10000. Once you’re finished working with the session, you can simply change ports to start a new one.

You can find the list of supported countries here.

When using US-based proxies, you can also select IPs from a particular state using these state codes.

If the country you need is not available, please let us know and we’ll work on adding it to the list.

While we don’t currently offer an unlimited plan, all of our plans have an auto-recharge option that triggers a new billing cycle if your quota runs out, and ensures your account will run continuously without billing-related limitations.

Optional: If your use case entails special data requirements, contact your account manager / sales at [email protected]

The Backconnect Gateway is a server that manages your proxy requests. It’s accessed through a single address that automatically rotates proxy IPs for you, freeing you from managing proxy lists.

The Backconnect Gateway matches your request with the best IP available and rotates IPs in keeping with your needs.

To start using Nimble IP, you first need to open an account and buy a residential proxy package (reach out to our sales to open one).

Once you have an account, check out our quick start guide for an easy walkthrough of the basic steps of using Nimble IP.

All of our reports are set to UTC.

We currently support HTTP ports 80 and 443, and we’re working on adding SOCKS5 support.