Monthly Traffic in Website Hosting
All our website hosting are designed with the concept to take care of the website traffic generated by any site that can exist in such an account. When you currently have one or several small-scale or medium-sized sites, you will not be limited by the monthly traffic quota irrespective of what content you have - plain text or lots of images, for example. The statistics inside the hosting Control Panel will provide you with in-depth data about the website traffic produced by each web site plus the amount for the account as a whole. The numbers are updated in real time and indicate both the daily and the monthly usage, so that you'll know how much data is transferred to and from the website hosting account at any time. Day one of every month your counter is reset, but you'll be able to view the site traffic stats for the past months, that will inform you on how your web sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Due to the fact that our Linux semi-dedicated hosting are really effective, we've decided not to put any restriction for the monthly web site traffic that a given account can produce. We consider that if you buy a website hosting package that comes with a great deal of computing power, your websites will most likely have a lot of visitors and as every visitor makes some traffic, you may end up having unavailable websites if there was a cap for this characteristic. With truly unlimited site traffic, you can be sure this can never happen. For your convenience, you will be able to keep track of the content being downloaded in addition to the site traffic that is generated for every single domain with monthly, daily and hourly statistics that will inform you on how popular your web sites are. You'll be able to even see individual webpages and files that have generated most of the traffic in your semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Web Hosting
The monthly website traffic quota for our VPS web hosting is proportionate to the other server’s resources. When you aquire a more powerful server, it's more likely that you'll manage a popular website or even numerous web sites, hence there will be a lot more site visitors. For this reason, the greater package you get, the higher monthly traffic quota you'll get. We'll will tell you once you get to 90% of the amount, so that you will have enough time to take action and either improve your plan or optimize your websites and decrease the traffic that they generate before the counter resets the following month. When you decide to upgrade, you can do so via your billing Control Panel and with only a couple of clicks. You will also be able to view how much website traffic your server has already generated and the amount that is left until you reach the monthly limit. This info will be can be found in the VPS control panel where you can also reboot your server and check the usage of all the other system resources like hard disk space, CPU load or physical memory usage.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers Hosting
With a dedicated server, you'll have a very efficient website hosting product at your disposal and the site traffic allowance that you will get matches all the other features. The server will be able to make terabytes of site traffic every month, so irrespective of the type or amount of sites that you host, you'll never need to worry about them being inaccessible because of insufficient website traffic. To be on the safe side though, we will give you the opportunity to improve this feature if required. We will inform you well in advance if you get close to the limit, so that you will have the option to update or decrease the site traffic by optimizing your data and avoid any interruption of the work of your web sites. You are able to view the used and remaining site traffic for the current month through the control panel that we supply. The data there includes all incoming & outgoing transfers, which includes software setups and / or updates. In comparison, a hosting Control Panel can offer more detailed data, but only for the website traffic to and from a web hosting account, not the server as a whole.