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Do you know what your website looks like in Christchurch?

Test your localized website with our Christchurch proxy server. Ensure your users see the right content.

Proxy server in Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

This server is located in Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand. It's a great option for ensuring that your geoIP localized applications target kiwis (both the birds and the people) correctly and effectively.


HTTP Proxy

Configure your browser or automated software to route your traffic through the proxy to test your GeoIP sites and applications.


VPN is useful for testing applications that do not support specifying a proxy, and for applications that use Flash or Silverlight that may ignore your browser proxy settings.

Multiple IPs

Our Christchurch server has 5 IPs available for users on our Team and higher plans.

Our servers are where we say they are—no hacks. Test this server's geolocation with InfoSniper or IP2Location.

Get to know our Christchurch server

This server enjoys travelling around New Zealand: skiing in Wanaka, bungy jumping in Queenstown, visiting penguins and albatross in Dunedin, and occasionally venturing up to the North Island to wander around in "Mordor" (aka Tongariro National Park). It loves pineapple lumps, L&P, and blowing on pies, and hates being mistaken for an Australian.

Test your website from Christchurch

With our browser extension, start interactive localization testing using our Christchurch proxy in minutes. Easy peasy.

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Automate your Christchurch tests

Send your test suites on a world tour with Sauce Labs and Selenium. Continuous integration, localized.

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3 proxy servers in New Zealand

Looking for a server near Christchurch? We are in 3 locations across New Zealand, and 250 locations worldwide. Our local servers allow you to see website content as local users do.

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Why Localization?

Localizing your content is expensive, time-consuming, and difficult. And once it's done, you need to keep it up. So why bother?

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What is GeoIP?

Businesses that want to know the location of users coming to their site can use a technology called GeoIP.

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Guide to Creating a Localized Test Plan

Learn what localization testing involves and how to implement a test plan for your website or application.

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Find out what your website looks like in Christchurch

Start manual or automated localization testing through a global network of proxy servers.