Thank you for your reply! > If this were true then sometimes your request works and other times it > doesn't. Is that the case?
Yes, each time I run my app, it makes ~80 calls to the Search API. I can only run a full test of the app 2 or 3 times before I get the Stream Error. But if I run a partial test of only 10 or so calls, I can run it a bunch more times before getting the error. If I wait 30 minutes or so, I can continue testing...but that really affects my workflow! > There are multiple requests happening here. I assume the following, which > may or may not be correct: > > - From your browser you call your app > - Your app runs some call through the twitter API > - Twitter servers process the call and send it back to your app > - Your app returns processed code back to your browser Yes, this is correct. > From the above processes your IP address is passed through by the Twitter > API to the twitter service. > > I'd suggest try running your request from a completely different network and > see what happens. I tried running it from a friend's computer. I get the same frequency of Error, but when he changes his computer's IP address, I'm suddenly able to run the app again... How can I shift the load to my webserver's IP (the one that's whitelisted) rather than each individual computer's IP? Is it possible with Search API? Thank you!