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Bandwidth Limit Warning

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by LinuxFreaky, Mar 19, 2002.

  1. LinuxFreaky

    LinuxFreaky Well-Known Member

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    2 Questions:

    1) When customer reaches 80% of the allotted bandwidth allowance, can I set it up to automatically e-mail the customer as well?

    2) When customer goes over, WHM automatically shuts off their website. How do I disable that so I can see the limit and their over-usage in the control panel, but the site still remains open?
     
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    What I find funny is that I get these emails a couple times a day for the same domains saying 80%. Then one day a few days later, I'll get that email then their site will be shut down. It always says &nearing 80%&.

    Also, if they decide they want to pay the overage, I have to unlock all sites. There's no way to unlock just their site :-/
     
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    [quote:8dc4cad128][i:8dc4cad128]Originally posted by xnull[/i:8dc4cad128]

    What I find funny is that I get these emails a couple times a day for the same domains saying 80%. Then one day a few days later, I'll get that email then their site will be shut down. It always says &nearing 80%&.

    Also, if they decide they want to pay the overage, I have to unlock all sites. There's no way to unlock just their site :-/[/quote:8dc4cad128]

    Change their bandwidth limit to something higher .. it should unlock them...
     
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    What script do I need to edit so the warning email can be sent to the customer also?
     
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    It seems that there isn't any, may be in the future I hope so! I think what all we need is a built in billing script.

    Also WHM doest consider traffics on all ports (like bandmin)

    Bandmin is not personalized?

    If you are not using IP based account how could we calculate domains traffic (in bandmin)

    and so many other things that haven't been solved yet!!!!!!!!
     
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    LinuxFreaky Well-Known Member

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    What's the point of having the field for customers to enter their own email address in Cpanel if I can't even specify it in WHM?

    Please add this feature in and have bandwidth overusages emailed to customers.
     
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