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How does the Content Delivery Bandwidth Limit (MB) work?

Knowledge Article Number 000188497
This article explains how the Content Delivery Bandwidth Limit (MB) is calculated.
1- The limit shows the amount of data that can be downloaded through content deliveries (by either one person downloading the same file multiple times or different users downloading multiple files) created by a single org.
2- The file size is directly related with the bandwidth consumed per download.

For example, if you create a Content Delivery of a file that has a size of 50MB, 2 people downloading the file would consume 100MB of the available 1024MB bandwidth. Like wise, if the same user downloads the same file multiple times, every download will count against this limit.


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