This document explains the differences between account suspension, bandwidth limiting, and account termination.
Apparent bandwidth discrepancies result from the way in which different programs measure bandwidth.
The Bandwidth interface displays bandwidth usage information in several sets of graphs.
A hotlink occurs when someone embeds content from your site in another site and uses your bandwidth to serve the files. You can use this interface to prevent this issue.
The Leech Protection interface allows you to detect unusual levels of activity in password-restricted directories.
This interface allows you to change the allotted bandwidth for an account.
This document explains the concept of overselling. Overselling means that the system limits resellers via the resources that their cPanel accounts actually use instead of the resources that you allocate to them.
If an account's bandwidth quota does not match the quota for the account's package, this interface enables you to reset the account's quota.
This feature allows you to simultaneously unsuspend all of the accounts that have exceeded their bandwidth.
This interface monitors traffic from HTTP, FTP, SMTP, and POP3/IMAP.
These features allow you to view your resellers’ disk space and bandwidth usage. You can also use this set of features to suspend, unsuspend, and terminate reseller accounts.