Setting up Oculus DC ISP Proxies


This setup guide covers all DC ISP plans that can be found on 


Our DC Proxies are IP authenticated. In order for you to use your proxies, you MUST authenticate them. We have created a YouTube video you can follow step by step on how to set up your proxies. You can watch it here


If you do not want to follow the video, no worries. This guide will explain how to set up and use Oculus DC ISP Proxies. 


Step One: Login

You will first want to navigate to Please enter your email and password. 




You will be prompted to enter a verification code sent to your account email. Simply go to your email, type in the code in, and click confirm. 


Step Two: Go to your order page 

Upon logging into the Oculus Proxies website, you will see our main page. 


From there, please click your name. After that, click MY ORDERS. It is circled in pink and is below your name. 




Step Three: Navigate to your configuration page 

Once you have successfully navigated to your order page, you will see our DC ISP orders. 


From here, please click the three small buttons. 


After you click the buttons, click configure proxy. 


Once you do this, you will be navigated to your proxy list. 




Step Four: Configure your proxies 


Upon navigating to your proxy list, you will see this page. This is your proxy list.



To authenticate your IP properly, follow these simple steps:

  • Navigate to
  • You will see a strand of numbers. This is called your IP Address. Simply copy and paste this into your oculus dashboard where it says Authenticated IPs. 
  • Click add
  • Click save config 






Just to recap this step: Click add, then click save config. It is very important you follow this step, else your list will not work. 


If done correctly, you are all set. You will see this appear on your screen: 



You are then free to copy the list to your clipboard. Paste them in your bot to begin using them. 




If your proxies do not work after configuring them, please join our discord and create a ticket for support. 






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