First off, I don't think you'll get 400 5MB accounts in 2GB just because of overhead, it will be a few less accounts.
I know that.I'm talking by hypothesis.
Many customers have smaller footprints and will barely tap 50MB, others will end up needing much more, it's the average usage that allows you (and every ISP on the planet) the ability to shove 1000s of users on a single 80GB box and still promising everyone a ton of space they'll never use.
I have same difficult to follow you...
The average usage has to be esthabilished by the reseller,not by the customers: this is the space I provide you ;is at you to esthabilish if it is sufficient for your purpose.Or am I wrong?
I would try to load up 50 customers and see how it shakes out, assuming you can get 50 customers.
On a statistic base I think it would be highly possible to load up 50 customers on a number of 500 visits per day,isn't it?