casey

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I would like to set a limit for my customers of 2GB of transfer per month, but I don't want their sites to be shut down if they go over. I simply want to charge them for the extra bandwidth. Is there a way to simply have a warning sent to the customer when they exceed 2GB but allow them to have up to 10GB?

It seems to me that many customers would leave if their sites got shut down suddenly.
 

hotice007

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The easiest I can think of is limiting their account at 10GB instead of 2GB
 

casey

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That's not really a solution, is it? If I limit their account to 10GB, will their control panel not read 10GB? And, how will I get notified that they have exceeded 2GB?
 

casey

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Cool. Can I modify it instead, though, so that I can disable sites if they suddenly use a whole lot of bandwidth? That's why I wanted to set the true limit at 10GB but have the customer see a 2GB limit. I don't want their site shut down if they go over by a gig or so, but if they upload a music file or something and get millions of downloads, that'll put me out of business real quick.