Dedicated IP
What is , How to Use & Things to Pay Attention

What is Dedicated IP?

Dedicated IP is a private IP address made available to you only.
Sometimes you may need to bypass a firewall or DDoS protection to achieve performance tests, in such cases you need to have specific IP addresses to whitelist. For this reason, Loadium has made it possible for you to assign Dedicates IPs to its engines. Each IP address belongs to a specific region. There must be a dedicated IP for each engine.
For example:
  • 5 engines = 5 Dedicated IPs
  • 50 engines = 50 Dedicated IPs
  • 100 engines = 100 Dedicated IPs
To request private IP for your Loadium account, you can contact us here.

Your Dedicated IPs

In order to see your dedicated IPs, you need to click the profile button in the upper right corner and come to the account page.
On the account page, you can see all your IPs by clicking the "DEDICATED IP" tab that is above the page.
On this screen, you can track your dedicated IPs. The table will show you all the Dedicated IPs associated with your account. In the table, you can see the all information about your dedicated IPs such as region name, address, status and related tests.

How to Use

While creating a new test or editing a test, you need to select the regions where your dedicated IPs are located in the Geolocation field.
  • The "Use Dedicated IP" option must be checked.
That's it. Now when you start the test, it will use IP's from your Dedicated IP pool (the selection is randomized).

Available Regions

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  2. 2.
    US East (Ohio)
  3. 3.
    US East (N. Virginia)
  4. 4.
    US West (N. California)
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    US West (Oregon)
  6. 6.
    Canada (Central)
  7. 7.
    EU (Frankfurt)
  8. 8.
    EU (London)
  9. 9.
    Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
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    Asia Pacific (Seoul)
  11. 11.
    Asia Pacific (Singapore)
  12. 12.
    Asia Pacific (Sydney)
  13. 13.
    Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
  14. 14.
    South America (São Paulo)
  15. 15.
    EU (Paris)
That's all:) Enjoy testing!
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