This is a type of interface which enables the user to change the limited bandwidth for an account. The bandwidth measures the amount of data that any server transfers. Taking an example – users who wish to host video content need more bandwidth than a user who only wishes to host a blog..
In order to change the bandwidth limitation for an account, select the account that you want to modify. When you select an account, WHM displays information about that account:
In order to change the bandwidth limit of an account, the user must follow the following steps-
When it is ascertained that the bandwidth of an account quota does not match the quota for the account’s package, this interface enables you to reset the account’s quota. For example, if an account’s package has a 500 MB bandwidth quota, you might change the quota to unlimited in order to stop bandwidth limiting. The user could then use this feature to return the account’s quota to the package default (500 MB).
This interface only displays accounts for which the bandwidth value does not match the package default.
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This is a type of feature which allows any user to unsuspend all of the accounts that have exceeded their bandwidth. Accounts will remain unsuspended until the next bandwidth check.
When an account exceeds its bandwidth limit, its website becomes inaccessible to users; however, the account’s owner may still log in to their cPanel account.
In order to suspend or unsuspend an account, follow the following steps- :
This interface has the following limitations:
This Article depicts the process showing the limitation of the bandwidth usage in a server.