All requests should be made through the Salad Gateway Service (SGS) server, which will route
them to the appropriate Salad node. SGS currently supports two protocols: HTTP CONNECT
and HAproxy’s PROXY v2 protocol.
Using HTTP CONNECT (recommended)
Connections to SGS are made using HTTPS as a transport for HTTP CONNECT requests.
You can pass any usernames you like, as a string encoded in ASCII or UTF8. There are
currently no character length limits enforced.
Each username will be associated with one salad node. Because all requests sent
through a single username will be proxied through the same node, we recommend using
separate usernames for unique sessions. If a node goes offline for any reason, all
connections that it was servicing will be automatically distributed to one or more
The password for connecting to SGS will be shared with you using a 1Password link
before beginning the trial period
IP & Port Number ($ENDPOINT)
The $ENDPOINT should be in the format
hostname:port. The hostname and port
number for SGS will be shared with you before beginning the trial period.
Note: Proxy authentication with the SGS server MUST be made using TLS (https endpoint).
In addition, requests can only be made to destination addresses using HTTPS.
Putting it all together
Using curl, you can check the IP address and region of a node connected to one of your SGS servers like this:
curl -x 'https://session123:[email protected]:$PORT' https://www.ipinfo.io
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