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bdraco

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[quote:5593445946][i:5593445946]Originally posted by rbro[/i:5593445946]

Is there any way to create/define a reseller package, based on resource limits? I know that an account can be assigned reseller privileges etc., but what about defining it as a package?[/quote:5593445946]

Not exactly sure what you mean here
 

rbro

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In other words I can go into WHM and create a package and give it disk space , bandwidth etc. But what I want to do is create a package called reseller and give it a total of (for example) 2 GB disk space, 10GB data transfer and ability to add unlimited domains within those resources. Can this be done and if not could it be added as a feature request?
 

Brian Farkas

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You can do this under the edit resellers option... First, you need to add reseller privilages to their account, then edit reseller privilages, and then just check &Limit Accounts &username& can create by Resource Usage: &

Make sure if you do this you define &Add/Remove Packages& as one of their options. This gives them the ability to define custom packages, and use them against their disk space quota.
 

rbro

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I think you guys misunderstand me. I know about edit resellers and allowing THEM to create/define packages. That's not what I am talking about, Let me try to clarify again. I want to create/define a reseller package so that it will look like this:

RESELLER BASIC
2GB Disk Space
10GB data transfer
a bunch of other reseller privileges

But I want this defined as a PACKAGE so I can have someone create an order form and someone can sign up for one of these packages. Maybe what I am asking for is to somehow incorporate the &edit reseller privileges& into the &create packages& function. Does this make more sense? Doable?
 
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bdraco

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[quote:3c35ca1fbe][i:3c35ca1fbe]Originally posted by rbro[/i:3c35ca1fbe]

I think you guys misunderstand me. I know about edit resellers and allowing THEM to create/define packages. That's not what I am talking about, Let me try to clarify again. I want to create/define a reseller package so that it will look like this:

RESELLER BASIC
2GB Disk Space
10GB data transfer
a bunch of other reseller privileges

But I want this defined as a PACKAGE so I can have someone create an order form and someone can sign up for one of these packages. Maybe what I am asking for is to somehow incorporate the &edit reseller privileges& into the &create packages& function. Does this make more sense? Doable?[/quote:3c35ca1fbe]

I'm still not sure I understand you ... but I don't think what you are asking is doable...
 

voxtreme-matt

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I think what he means is create a package that will automatically assign reseller priveliges, based on the reseller options you selected for the package.
 

gorgo

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What he means is

The reseller gets alloted ****Web Space, and ****Bandwidth

Then they can create their own price plans based off of that information, and those price plans are owned by the reseller.


Is that correct?
 

rbro

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voxtreme has it pretty much. I am basically looking for a way to create an order form that will allow someone to sign up online for a resource based reseller package. After looking at the &Automatic signup script& thread, it looked to me like the signups are based on &packages&, so I am looking for a way to define a reseller package that includes the reseller privileges, resource allocations etc. The end result of this whole mess is that someone should be able to sign up online for an &unlimited domain& reseller package, so the package must include the reseller privileges as well as the pre-defined resource quotas. Still confusing, I know, but hopefully clearer?
 

Brian Farkas

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Okay, I get it now... basically, he's looking for a way to have the reseller sign up for a package as usual AND automatically have reseller extensions enabled on their account with a predefined amount of disk space and bandwidth.

In other words, a reseller would normally sign up, and support would have to activate their reseller account with a specific amount of space/bandwidth. What he wants to do is take support out of the picture, so that the reseller account is activated automatically upon signup for the regular account.