Shared hosting service package with disk space and bandwith

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This article describes the steps you need to perform to create a service package for shared hosting in such a way that when reaching disk space and bandwidth limits a clients will be charged. Before you start, you should customize BILLmanager and create a service package.

Package add-on - Disk space

For example: the service package includes 500 MB of disk space, the maximum amount that can be allocated to user is 1000 MB, cost of each additional MB is 1 euro.

You need to create the following add-on:

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In fact, the user will be allocated 1000 MB of disk space. Everyday BILLmanager will receive from ISPmanager the information on how much disk space that user consumed. If the user consumes more than 500 MB, each additional MB will cost 1 euro (this sum will be debited with the user's account). When reaching the limit of 1000 MB, the service will be suspended.

Regardless the billing type, funds for exceeding disk space limit will be daily charged from the client's account.

Package add-on - Bandwidth

Example: the service package includes 5 TB of bandwidth, each additional Gb costs 50 euro. The maximum amount of bandwidth that can be allocated to users is 10 TB.

you need to create the following add-on:

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In fact, the user will be allocated 10 TB of bandwidth. Everyday BILLmanager will receive from ISPmanager the information on how much bandwidth that user consumed. If the user consumes more than 5 MB, each additional Gb will cost 50 euro (this sum will be debited with the user's account). When reaching the limit of 10 TB, the service will be suspended.

  • To count only prevailing bandwidth, specify "The largest value" in the field "In case of several parameters".
  • To count only incoming or outgoing bandwidth, specify "In" for incoming or "Out" for outgoing in the field " Internal name".

Regardless the billing type, funds for exceeding bandwidth limit will be daily charged from the client's account.

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