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I bought a CentOS 5 Dedicated Hosting and server administrator said 10 TB Bandwidth has been allocated to your server. Now the question is how can i verify that i have complete 10 TB Bandwidth on my server?

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Easy you can't the only way to see how much bandwidth you use is by checking the bandwidth usage area of maybe you're websites client area that is if they have an area like that.

I'm sure they have you're server capped their side so you can't access that.

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If it came with something like cPanel or other interface to control billing, etc, log in and check your monthly billing cycle/usage stats. Most every hosting company has some sort of admin panel that shows monthly bandwidth usage, but thats most. I can't think of one that doesn't have one, but then again, that depends on what kind of hosting you have and what the admin/control panel, or other such interface the host offers you. I've never hosted a site with anyone that didn't have some sort of login area that showed basic monthly bandwidth usage though and I've been running my own sites since around 2000 or so, and every host I've ever used had some place to check it when logged into your account.

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If it came with something like cPanel or other interface to control billing, etc, log in and check your monthly billing cycle/usage stats. Most every hosting company has some sort of admin panel that shows monthly bandwidth usage, but thats most. I can't think of one that doesn't have one, but then again, that depends on what kind of hosting you have and what the admin/control panel, or other such interface the host offers you. I've never hosted a site with anyone that didn't have some sort of login area that showed basic monthly bandwidth usage though and I've been running my own sites since around 2000 or so, and every host I've ever used had some place to check it when logged into your account.

Yes, i have cPanel access as a ROOT now tell me steps?
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It should show on the left side of cPanel when you login...

Here is an example i found on google....

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