SOCKS proxy connector for aiohttp. HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS4(a) and SOCKS5(h) proxies are supported.
- Python >= 3.5.3
- aiohttp >= 2.3.2 # including v3.x
pip install aiohttp_proxy
import aiohttp from aiohttp_proxy import ProxyConnector, ProxyType async def fetch(url): connector = ProxyConnector.from_url('http://user:email@example.com:1080') ### or use ProxyConnector constructor # connector = ProxyConnector( # proxy_type=ProxyType.SOCKS5, # host='127.0.0.1', # port=1080, # username='user', # password='password', # rdns=True # ) async with aiohttp.ClientSession(connector=connector) as session: async with session.get(url) as response: return await response.text()
aiohttp-socks also provides
from aiohttp_proxy import open_connection async def fetch(): reader, writer = await open_connection( socks_url='http://user:firstname.lastname@example.org:1080', host='check-host.net', port=80 ) request = (b"GET /ip HTTP/1.1\r\n" b"Host: check-host.net\r\n" b"Connection: close\r\n\r\n") writer.write(request) return await reader.read(-1)
Why give aiohttp a new proxy support
First must declare, our code is based on aiohttp-socks, thank you very much for the hard work.
But in order to more flexible support for multiple proxy methods (not just SOCKS proxy), we decided to fork [aiohttp-socks] (https://github.com/romis2012/aiohttp-socks), which is currently based on it.
Combine with native aiohttp to provide HTTP/HTTPS proxy instead of writing troublesome discriminating code based on the type of proxy.