For creating our own proxy-server with 3proxy we need:
1. Cheap local VPS/VDS with adding multiple IP function;
2. Already Installed Debian GNU/Linux (ver. 7 to 9) or Ubuntu (ver. 14.04 to 18.04) any bit (32/64 bit). Instruction for Ubuntu installation you can found here.
For example, DigitalOcean doesn’t allow you use multiple public IPv4 addresses (only 1 IP per droplet). That’s not cheap every time create a new droplet for new IP. We need another VDS/VPS provider that support function for adding multiple public IPv4 IPs. If you agree to pay $5 monthly for DigitalOcean proxy-server per every IP, you can use DigitalOcean.
Also check the provider manual, some provider don’t allow to use proxy-server on OpenVZ virtualization and allow only KVM.
Know that I’m can’t help you with VDS/VPS installation and setup, this guide included only 3proxy installation and configuration for work.
Version 1.1 - FIX: Syntaxis for 3proxy commands Version 1.0 - Initial release 🚀