Twilio Proxy is exposed as a REST API that allows you to create masked / anonymized text and voice conversations between users.
The Proxy REST API allows you to create:
Additionally, you can add phone numbers with Voice or SMS capabilities to a phone number pool.
All URLs in the reference documentation use the following base URL:
All requests to the Proxy REST API are served over HTTPS. Unencrypted HTTP is not supported.
HTTP requests to the REST API are protected with
HTTP Basic Authentication like
other Twilio REST APIs. To learn more about how Twilio handles
authentication, please refer to our security documentation.
To authenticate, you will need your Auth Token and API Secret from the Twilio Console:
You will use your Twilio Account SID as the
username and your Auth Token as the
password for HTTP Basic authentication.
Refer to our quickstart guide for a step by step introduction to Proxy, or browse the Proxy resources listed in the left-hand navigation for API Reference material.