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How to Set up a Residential Proxy in the Firefox Browser

Learn how to set up a proxy in your Firefox browser with these step by step instructions.

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Firefox proxy settings:

1. Open Firefox on your computer

2. Click on the ☰ icon > Options (or Preferences on a Mac OS X)

Smartproxy configuration firefox settings

3. Click the General tab

4.Scroll down to the Network Proxy section and click Settings

Smartproxy configuration firefox network settings

5. Check the Manual proxy configuration box

6. Type your address (e.g.: and port (e.g.: 10101) under HTTP

7. Check the Use this proxy for all protocols checkbox

Smartproxy configuration on firefox

8. Click OK

9. Check the IP

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