SGS can be configured to periodically monitor its available egress nodes for successful
connectivity to particular services. If you desire this feature (typically only useful for services
which are particularly aggressive about blocking even residential IPs).
Please notify your account manager. They will work with you to ensure that the SGS server you are using is properly configured. Once configured, your account manager will provide you with a list of “capabilities” each of which represents one configured connectivity test.
When sending SGS a CONNECT request to route traffic that should be routed only via
egress nodes that are marked as capable of supporting a given capability, the incoming
request should specify the capability name (e.g., “nflx”) in one of three ways:
- By including an X-Sgs-Capabilities header whose value is “nflx”
$ curl -v --proxy-header 'X-Sgs-Capabilities: nflx' -x 'https://user4:<PASSWORD>@sgs-server.salad.com' https://ipinfo.io/ip * Trying 127.0.0.1:443... * Connected to (nil) (127.0.0.1) port 443 (#0) * allocate connect buffer! * Establish HTTPS proxy tunnel to ipinfo.io:443 * Proxy auth using Basic with user 'user4' > CONNECT ipinfo.io:443 HTTP/1.1 > Host: ipinfo.io:443 > Proxy-Authorization: Basic <PASSWORD> > User-Agent: curl/7.81.0 > Proxy-Connection: Keep-Alive > X-Sgs-Capabilities: nflx
- By appending a “&cap=” followed by the capability name, to the username portion of the
$ curl -v -x 'https://user4&cap=nflx:<PASSWORD>@sgs-server.salad.com' https://ipinfo.io/ip * Trying 127.0.0.1:443... * Connected to (nil) (127.0.0.1) port 443 (#0) * allocate connect buffer! * Establish HTTPS proxy tunnel to ipinfo.io:443 * Proxy auth using Basic with user 'user4&cap=nflx' > CONNECT ipinfo.io:443 HTTP/1.1 > Host: ipinfo.io:443 > Proxy-Authorization: Basic <PASSWORD> > User-Agent: curl/7.81.0 > Proxy-Connection: Keep-Alive
- You may request that your SGS server be configured so that if neither #1 or #2 are
specified, then a default capability name will be assigned to the request. If you have not
specified this default capability feature, the default capability will be “any”
The special capability name “any” is always active and specifies that any egress node, regardless of which capabilities it has, can service the request.
If both the header and the username specify a capability, the capability specified in the
username takes precedence.
Currently, only one capability may be specified per request.
NOTE: The SGS route association memory incorporates the capability name into the
session ID (i.e. username). Thus, the session “user4&cap=nflx” vs “user4&cap=bbc”
may be associated with different egress nodes. For purposes of route association
memory, the capability specified via the X-Sgs-Capabilities header is incorporated into
the username. For example, a connection specifying the “nflx” capability via header,
but no capability in the “user4” authorization header will be memorized as
Updated 7 months ago