By default, sending a request to the zone will return the fastest IP from the zone available now for your request.
If keeping the same IP for multiple requests is required, it could be done with the session ID request parameter.
The session ID is an element that allows control of IP rotation, as each unique session ID will get a unique IP. It’s used by adding some string to the
username -session-SESSION_ID, for example
curl "http://target.site" \
--proxy brd.superproxy.io:22225 \
Our super-proxy will keep the session live for 60 seconds. If the interval between two requests is more than 60 seconds, the old session will be terminated, and a new session with the same name will be created, and another IP will be used for your requests.