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How do I limit a resellers bandwidth?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by inputsprocket, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. inputsprocket

    inputsprocket Registered

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    This might be a dumb question, but I can't figure it out!
    I want to give a reseller 500GB bandwidth to use as he pleases with his accounts.
    I've given hist package 500GB, but any account he creates creates an additive score on his total bandwidth alloted, such that if he has 3 accounts, in reseller stats, it shows a monthly bandwidth limit of 1500GB!

    Help!
     
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    Did you try editting the bandwidth and disk quota in the reseller centre for that reseller
     
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    Yes - he has a disk quota of 15GB and bandwidth of 500GB, and the checkbox is checked for:

    Limit Accounts that reseller can create by Resource Usage. (Access to packages the user creates is automatically granted unless account creation has been limited to pre-assigned packages above. Access is not automaticlly granted to system/root created packages unless specifically defined below.)

    However, under account limits, resource limits has an asterisk and is uneditable. Also Number Allowed is zero and is uneditable also

    Thanks for your help
     
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    You will be able to limit it in Resource Usage Limits
     
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