The purpose of this guide is to assist you in increasing your proxy creation limit with some of the providers within ServerGen. There is no guarantee on getting your proxy limit increased as quota increases need to be approved. But this guide will assist you in the where and how of submitting a request. It will help you collect the information you need as well as provide some suggestions for a request description.
GCP Limit Increase Guide
The purpose of this guide is to assist you in increasing your proxy creation limit with Google. There is no guarantee on getting your proxy limit increased as quota increases need to be approved by Google. But this guide will assist you in the where and how of submitting a request. It will help you collect the information you need as well as provide some suggestions for a request description.
First, you will need to head over to your Cloud Console. From here you will need to ensure that you have your project selected from the top left-hand corner. Ensure you have a billing profile set up for this project.
After you have selected your project you can go over to the quotas tab either by clicking here or following the path to the left here. IAM & admin > Quotas.
From here you should see a Quotas screen displaying some of the different services and things that GCP provides.
From here along the top there are some search flags that we can use to narrow down our search. Under the Metric Dropdown, select the none button and then select In-Use IP Addresses and Global. This works best when you have actively running GCP proxies to make the one you are looking for easy to spot.
Once you have this selected you should be able to see all of the regions on the list below, as well as the global max. You will want to select the region you are planning on creating proxies in as well as the Global one, once the regions you wish to request an increase in have been selected press edit Quotas.
Once you press edit Quotas a sidebar should appear with the number of selected quotas, your name on the account, email address for the account and will prompt you to enter a Phone Number. Once you enter a Phone number click on next.
Here you will be able to submit the new limit you are requesting, and a description of why you need it. You can write something comprehensive or short. People typically request a higher limit saying testing for a school project or required for a test client for a school project, or that you are creating a new account for production workload if it is possible to increase the limit to the new number. Feel free to get creative. Once you have put in all the information click on done and then submit your request.
Once you have submitted your request you should see the screen here showing your request a case number and then they should send you an email. Then with a little bit of luck, you should get your request approved!
ServerGen AWS Limit Increase Guide
The purpose of this guide is to assist you in increasing your proxy creation limit with AWS. There is no guarantee on getting your limit increased as the limit request needs to be approved by AWS. So this guide will show you where to submit a request and what information you will need but you may need to be creative for the case description.
First, you will need to head over to the Service Quota area. Please be aware the link will redirect you to the region 'London', you can select the region in the top right.
Select the region you would like to increase, if you are using the servers for proxies then the server type 'T' is on the following page. Once you have selected the type of server you'd like to request a limit for click the 'Request quota increase'.
A dialogue window will open, at the bottom type in the number of servers you'd like to generate and then click 'Request'. You should be trying to get an increase of 25-50 every time you submit a request. Limits are often based off expenditure with AWS and billing history.
Click request, if the request was successfully submitted you'll receive an email and the redirected page will have a green header: