How does the traffic limit work?

Traffic limit is a set amount of data (usually in GiB) you can transmit over the past 30 days (month).

If you exceed this limit your outbound bandwidth will be limited to 100Mbps for external networks. For internal network you will retain full speed.
This affects all protocols, including but not limited to http/https, torrents, streaming etc.

Only upload is counted towards this, and includes all access methods & torrents seeding, every program running under your user account on the server.
This is rolling past 30days, not set day full reset. See: https://blog.pulsedmedia.com/2016/06/traffic-limits-why-and-what-is-rolling-30-days-limit/

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