How do I know how much bandwidth I have used?

Keeping track of your bandwidth use is an important tool in running your hosting package.

Bandwidth dictates how much traffic can pass between your website and the rest of the internet. At 123 Reg, Hosting packages have unlimited bandwidth, so you don’t have to worry about any excess charges, but it’s still an interesting thing to keep an eye on.

The following steps apply to Web Hosting plans purchased after July 2020 and Premium Hosting plans purchased after August 2020 (cPanel):

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Start by accessing your Web Hosting dashboard.


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On your dashboard, select the cPanel Admin button that appears above Settings.

Select cPanel Admin


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A summary of your stats will be visible under the Statistics heading to the right. Click Bandwidth to find out more details.

Click Bandwidth


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Here you’ll see a more detailed run-down of your bandwidth statistics, which will show you how you’ve performed during the past 24 hours, week and year.

View Statistics


The following steps apply to Web Hosting plans purchased before July 2020 and Premium Hosting plans purchased before August 2020:

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Start by logging in to your 123 Reg Control Panel.


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From there, select Web Hosting or Premium Hosting within the ‘Manage active products’ section, depending on which product you wish to use.

Next, select Manage opposite the ‘(bought before XX/XX/XX)’ option.

Manage Shared Web Hosting


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This will show you an overview of your current hosting packages. Click Manage for the account you wish to use.

Manage Legacy hosting


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On the next page, select Manage for the domain you wish to access.

Manage hosting domain


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Scroll down to the Web Stats and Logs section and click the Webalizer Statistics button.

Your bandwidth usage is displayed in two ways: in the form of a graph and the form of a table, and are split into three time periods: the last 24 hours, the past 31 days and the past 12 months.

Bandwidth graph:

Bandwidth table: