This extension allows you quickly to set the X-Forwarded-For HTTP Header
This extension allows you to quickly update the X-Forwarded-For, X-Originating-IP, X-Remote-IP, and X-Remote-Addr HTTP headers for various testing purposes. Changelog: v0.6.2 - Fixed a bug that interfered with the Firefox version of this extension v0.6.1 - Fixes issue with CORS preflight requests v0.6.0 - Allows for multiple IP addresses (space and/or comma delimited) and includes minor UI fixes v0.5.0 - Added X-Originating-IP, X-Remote-IP, and X-Remote-Addr as header options. Added IPv6 ability
- (2020-12-08) Dmitriy: Worked first try for my purposes. Thanks!
- (2020-10-14) ttt ttt: Want to add random IP buttons
- (2020-08-08) n ascentt: Works perfectly. Found an ip address for a proxy service in the country I want to get websites to show the languages for (geolocation) and it works perfectly. edit: i've noticed it blocks hcapcha from completing all of a sudden so this needs to be disabled whenever you get an hcapcha puzzle. Currently no way to whitelist hcpacha sites and have to manually disable.
- (2020-06-24) Nice
- (2020-03-17) Jin Zhang: 为什么现在没用了？？
- (2019-08-15) Boyko Nistorov: It's possible to set only single IP for X-Forwarded-For Header. Should be possible to set value in format: <client>, <proxy1>, <proxy2>
- (2019-07-10) Cranfk Tubner: Exactly what i needed 👍🏼works as advertised
- (2019-05-19) Katie Wood: Good and very useful
- (2017-12-11) Darren Van: Thank you sooooo much! I've been looking for this for years! Really really appreciate it!
- (2017-11-18) 小个哥哥: 很好用！
- (2020-09-06, v:0.6.2) n ascentt: cloudfare/hcaptcha broken - we need whiitelisting
i've noticed it blocks hcapcha from completing all of a sudden so this needs to be disabled whenever you get an hcapcha puzzle. Currently no way to whitelist hcpacha sites and have to manually disable.
- (2020-01-22, v:0.5.0) Arvis M: can't add localhost to specific sites
can't add localhost:4200 to specific sites 127.0.0.1:4200 doesn't work
- (2018-10-24, v:0.4.0) Does a config file, or registry entry exist?
We need to spoof addresses during automated test case execution. Wondering is there any other way to set the IP Address other than thru the GUI?