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I wrote in a previous article about how to get a large number of proxies , and how to compose a list in a convenient format that can be imported into programs that use proxies. But sometimes not a list with unreliable proxies, but just one additional IP address is needed, which is always stably accessible and stably working. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create your own proxy on a usual virtual hosting. For obvious reasons, such a proxy is not suitable for anonymity, but it can fully satisfy the needs, for example, to bypass regional censorship, or be used as an additional IP address when accessing a service, the number of requests to which from one IP is limited.