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resellers can modify the bandwidth limit and enable the account

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by manokiss, Feb 5, 2005.

  1. manokiss

    manokiss Well-Known Member

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    Hi, please can someone confirm this so i can open a bug report?

    Looks like if you limit the reseller resources through the reseller section, if they account go over the bandwidth and te system suspend http, if they go into they WHM and increase the bandwidth the system enabling again the http, i know probably in the next 24 hrs when the system check again it will suspend it, but no make sense, the resellers can enable it every 24 hrs and keep using more bandwidth than they limits.


    how test it?

    in the reseller section, manage resources, check you have "Limit Accounts that xxxx can create by Resource Usage" also "Bandwidth Limiting Modification (Warning: This will allow circumvention of account package limits if you are not using resource limits)" activated.

    Then once the reseller reach his bandwidth limit and the system suspend the http, go into the reseller WHM and increase his account bandwidth.

    It will enable the acocunt again.


    If someone can confirm this will be great, so i can open a bug report about it.

    Thank you in advance!
     
  2. manokiss

    manokiss Well-Known Member

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    btw: i forgot......


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    read the changelog at http://layer1.cpanel.net/ChangeLog.cgi?output=html to see if it's in there... and search bugzilla to see if it's already been reported. There were some reseller badnwidth issues fixed... perhaps your issue was included.

    I'd upgrade to a newer version of cpanel though before I filed a bug report... you're on an 'old' version now... especially if you're using Edge like you appear to be. Do a manual update with /scripts/upcp
     
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