The bandwidth is a measure of the quantity of data that is transferred by your servers. This platform enables users to make changes to the bandwidth allotted to an account. It is essential to set reasonable bandwidth limits for every account that is present on your server. For instance, users who plan to host content in the form of videos require more bandwidth than a user who hosts a blog.
One should note that suspension and bandwidth limiting are two different functions. Find more information on each function by reading on the difference between account suspension and bandwidth limiting. One should also have some knowledge about account termination.
Users may notice inconsistencies between the information on the bandwidth that WHM makes the provision for and the information that programs for log processing provide for. Some of the log processing programs are Webalizer, AWStats, or Analog Stats. More details regarding the discrepancies between the information regarding bandwidth from different sources can be found if one reads up on apparent inconsistencies in the statistics of bandwidth usage.
The limit of the bandwidth of an account can be changed. In order to change the bandwidth limit for a particular account, the user has to select the account that requires to be modified. While making the selection for your account to save changes, WHM shows information about that account. This information contains the IP address, the owner, e-mail address, start date, theme, and the package. The information that is displayed when you opt for an account from the list for account selection is given below.
Please note that the Disk Limit means the account’s quota. The account’s package settles on account’s quota.
In order to make changes to the bandwidth limits, the following steps should be taken. They are enlisted below:
The system conducts checks on the bandwidth limits once every day. This happens sometime between 12:00 am, and 6 am. As a result, changes that are made to the bandwidth limit might not take effect until the checks are done.
This document, thus, establishes the importance of bandwidth usage and how to make changes to its limits.