What is "Monthly Traffic"? What amount of monthly traffic will you need for your websites and apps?
The monthly traffic characteristic, that is sometimes also called bandwidth or information transfer, indicates the overall volume of info that is uploaded to your hosting account and downloaded from it every month. The traffic is produced primarily by web site visits - when somebody comes across your web site, the webpages they see are downloaded from your web hosting server to his or her machine or smartphone and they are displayed by the web browser. What counts for the traffic generated is the overall size of these webpages, thus the more website visitors you get for a period of time, the more traffic will be generated. In addition to the website visits, file uploads are also counted towards the total monthly transfer i.e. if you upload website content or some other files through a file manager or an FTP software, they will also generate some traffic. The counter resets on day one of every month and it is not related to the date you have signed up and the date you have renewed your website hosting package.
Monthly Traffic in Hosting
The monthly site traffic allowance for our hosting
packages is enough for any kind of site. Whether you have a blog, a community forum or eCommerce portal, the amount of information can be transferred to and from your account or hitting some reduced quota limit will never be a reason for your sites to be unavailable. In addition, we supply you with detailed traffic statistics, so you'll have the option to observe how much information is being downloaded at all times. The monthly, daily and hourly statistics will inform you on how the web sites are doing, what type of files generate most of the traffic as well as much more advantageous details to help you handle the web sites as well as your account altogether. The stats can be reached with just a few mouse-clicks from the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers
The VPS servers
that we provide have a monthly traffic quota proportionate to the system resources they come with. The more hdd space and computing power a server provides, the more probable it is that you'll host more sites on it, so the traffic you are able to raises with every single package. If you need more traffic at some point, you will be able to update the package from your billing Control Panel with just a few clicks and the additional system resources, including the increased traffic allowance, will be added to your account. You will also be to keep track of what amount of information has been transferred to and from your virtual server at any time. To be on the safe side, we will update you as early as you get to 90% of your quota in order to give you sufficient time to react and reduce the traffic or upgrade the plan if needed. Through your control panel, you'll be able to see the traffic statistics for every single domain or subdomain in your VPS account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
Using a dedicated server
, you'll have a very powerful web hosting system at your disposal and the traffic allowance that you will get matches the rest of the characteristics. Your server will be able to make terabytes of website traffic monthly, so that whatever the kind or number of sites that you host, you will never have to worry about them being inaccessible because of inadequate site traffic. To be on the safe side though, we'll give you the opportunity to upgrade this feature if needed. We will notify you well in advance when you get close to the restriction, so you will have the option to upgrade or lower the site traffic by optimizing your data avoiding any disruption of the work of your websites. You'll be able to view the used and remaining website traffic for the current month from the administration panel that we provide. The data there features all the incoming as well as all of the outgoing transfers, which includes software installations and / or updates. In comparison, a hosting Control Panel can give more detailed information, but only for the site traffic to and from a web hosting account, not your server altogether.