(This page is applicable to you only if you're monitoring sites which require 'stealth traffic' - Price2Spy will automatically warn you if that is the case). If Price2Spy hasn't warned you about such sites, then this page is not applicable to you.
In order to conduct continuous and reliable price checks, Price2Spy needs to ensure that the sites it monitors do not detect our activity.
However, if we're monitoring hundreds of thousands of products on a site (and on certain sites we actually do), it's very likely that the site's administrator will grow suspicious of traffic created by our servers. That's when they will probably try to block our traffic - and it's our task to keep avoiding such blocks.
But, before explaining what stealth IP traffic actually is, lets discuss few important introductory things
That's when we get to brand new technology - stealth IP traffic.
The beauty of this technique is that it makes it practically impossible for system administrator to distinguish regular Website traffic from the traffic generated by Price2Spy (in order to monitor it's prices) - that's why we call it 'stealth traffic'. Even more beautiful - banning such 'stealth traffic' would be mission impossible. Not only would they have to ban millions of locations, but by doing it they would be at strong risk of banning their regular website visitors.
However, stealth traffic comes with a much higher infrastructure price, and therefore we have introduced a limit of stealth traffic you can make (it's calculated as MBs per day). Please note that this limit is not your regular limit of active URLs Price2Spy monitors for you - it's a specific limit of stealth traffic (applicable only on sites requiring stealth traffic)
The calculator shown below should help you figure out how much stealth traffic you'd need.