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Upgrading reseller account

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by X-Istencedotcom, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. X-Istencedotcom

    X-Istencedotcom Well-Known Member

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    How would i upgrade a resellers bandwidth so he has more space and bandwidht to allocate?

    When i created the account i gave him a plan, and an amount of space, which he split up into his own plans, and sold hosting. Now when i want to modify his quota, i can add it for a domain he hosts, and not for the entire acount so he can resel more space.

    And if i do quota mod his account, it will only give him more space on his domain and not more space to sell. And it will show that he has -850 quota assigned, which in this case is not true.

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    Go To >Resellers Center>Edit Resllers Priviledges/Nameservers, then down in the middle of the page where you can assign the maximum storage/Bandwidth, and set to the parameters you need.

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    Website Rob Well-Known Member

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    I have always found it best to use the "Resource Usage" option in the Reseller Center. This allows for modifications like you describe without affecting the current setup of a Reseller while increasing their "bulk" resources.

    Of the 3 options provided (in Edit Reseller Privileges/Nameservers) which did you choose?

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  4. X-Istencedotcom

    X-Istencedotcom Well-Known Member

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    I used the edit priveleges, and it didnt seem to work, so i updated cPanel, and now it works.

    So its all good now :)

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