The Configuration page shows your site's current settings.
These settings are established and maintained by your service provider.
Only your service provider can change your site settings.
On this page you can perform several tasks
and view the following information:
Name. The site name of your site.
Contact. The email address to which your service provider sends
notifications about your site. These might include disk usage and bandwidth
User Name. Your Site Administrator user name. You use this name
to log on to the Site Administrator control panel and services on your
Based or IP Address. One of the following:
If you have a name-based
site, this field displays the IP address of the server on which your site
If you have an
IP-based site, this field displays the actual IP address of your site.
Used/Allocated. The amount of disk space (in megabytes) already
in use on your site (Used) in comparison to the total amount of disk space
available to your site (Allocated).
Users. The maximum number of users that you can create on your
& Options. The services and features available to your site,
as configured by your service provider. To change your service options,
contact your service provider.
For additional details about services, see accessing
and using services.
Check your site's bandwidth usage (if available). This
is displayed toward the top in the Services & Options section. Used indicates the amount of bandwidth your site has
used during the monitoring period. Threshold indicates
the upper limit of bandwidth available to your site.
your Web page content. You can preview Web page content from the
Configuration page using the Domain Preview link
in the Services & Options section under Web Server. This link makes
it possible to preview Web sites that are too new to be available on the
Internet (less than 48 hours old).
email through SquirrelMail. You can open SquirrelMail to access
your email using the Read Email link in the Services
& Options section. The link appears toward the bottom of the Configuration
to get to the Configuration page.
Site Administrator's Help
Published April 16, 2004