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Welcome,

Did anyone send their raspberry pi to https://raspberry-hosting.com/
It costs just 3 EUR/m (paid on a yearly basis) to host your raspberry pi.
That would be probably better in performance than https://contabo.com
And the cpu will be dedicated to you.
Do y'all think this would be better than a VPS, if they would let me send a ssd along with my Raspberry Pi 4.

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  • thedpthedp Member

    Never heard of them but if I had one, I'd rather send it to @DataIdeas-Josh

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  • @DataIdeas-Josh how much would COLOCATION of RPI 8 GB 256 GB SSD with 1 ipv4 (no need for ipv6, as i would just use tunnel broker, as you don't give out /64 submasks for ipv6 to every customer very strange) and of course [email protected]

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  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider
    edited January 12

    @skorupion said:
    @DataIdeas-Josh how much would COLOCATION of RPI 8 GB 256 GB SSD with 1 ipv4 (no need for ipv6, as i would just use tunnel broker, as you don't give out /64 submasks for ipv6 to every customer very strange) and of course [email protected]

    Good day,
    It would be $5/Month
    https://my2.dataideas.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=65
    As far as your ssd. If it requires external power supply that will be extra. If it just gets power from the USB on the RPI then no extra charge. Will need you to send a power supply with your RPI. We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    @thedp thank you for the shoutout.

    If you are interested in testing we also have some of the 4GB/16GB RPIs available.

    Thank you,
    Josh

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  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider

    @DataIdeas-Josh said: We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    And that you use a v2 HAT that does not fry the RPi by providing not enough power...

  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider

    @William said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said: We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    And that you use a v2 HAT that does not fry the RPi by providing not enough power...

    All out considering. The RPI 8GB by it self only pulls 7watts that I've seen max off of POE and idles around 3watts. BUT yes A good POE adapter is highly recommended. Either official adapters or POETexas also makes very good adapters.

    Alien Data: VPS and Colo Based In Texas, Unmetered Bandwidth.
    RPIServers: Dedicated Micro Servers. Unmeterd Bandwidth

  • @DataIdeas-Josh said:

    @William said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said: We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    And that you use a v2 HAT that does not fry the RPi by providing not enough power...

    All out considering. The RPI 8GB by it self only pulls 7watts that I've seen max off of POE and idles around 3watts. BUT yes A good POE adapter is highly recommended. Either official adapters or POETexas also makes very good adapters.

    These max power ratings mean very little to me, it's the inrush current that seems to matter and prevent reboots and USB issues. A 5V/2.5A adapter is not all equal and still results in brown outs.

  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider

    @TimboJones said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:

    @William said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said: We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    And that you use a v2 HAT that does not fry the RPi by providing not enough power...

    All out considering. The RPI 8GB by it self only pulls 7watts that I've seen max off of POE and idles around 3watts. BUT yes A good POE adapter is highly recommended. Either official adapters or POETexas also makes very good adapters.

    These max power ratings mean very little to me, it's the inrush current that seems to matter and prevent reboots and USB issues. A 5V/2.5A adapter is not all equal and still results in brown outs.

    I've yet seen a good adapter become an issue that was properly rated. Unless your pulling more than the recommended via the ports on the board.

    Alien Data: VPS and Colo Based In Texas, Unmetered Bandwidth.
    RPIServers: Dedicated Micro Servers. Unmeterd Bandwidth

  • @DataIdeas-Josh said:

    @TimboJones said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:

    @William said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said: We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    And that you use a v2 HAT that does not fry the RPi by providing not enough power...

    All out considering. The RPI 8GB by it self only pulls 7watts that I've seen max off of POE and idles around 3watts. BUT yes A good POE adapter is highly recommended. Either official adapters or POETexas also makes very good adapters.

    These max power ratings mean very little to me, it's the inrush current that seems to matter and prevent reboots and USB issues. A 5V/2.5A adapter is not all equal and still results in brown outs.

    I've yet seen a good adapter become an issue that was properly rated. Unless your pulling more than the recommended via the ports on the board.

    Then you're simply not looking at dmesg.

    Bought a dozen from Amazon and Digikey that were rated 2.5A to 3.0A, only two didn't exhibit brownouts. This would have been 3B's, not 4's.

    Do you have HDMI hooked up?

  • @skorupion said:
    Welcome,

    Did anyone send their raspberry pi to https://raspberry-hosting.com/
    It costs just 3 EUR/m (paid on a yearly basis) to host your raspberry pi.

    If you will like this company depends on your needs and on what you want to do with your board! I know many of the actual RPI colocation providers, but this company is not very sympathetic to me.
    1. They do not allow any kind of TOR relays in their network
    2. The support seems not interrested in answering clients questios
    3. If you need "remote hands" you will need a lot of time to wait for any reaction, as i read in multiple reviews

    You should better go with Finaltek in CZ or Easyserver in Austria. They have exactly the same price and are allways there if you need anything:
    https://shop.finaltek.com/
    https://easyserver.at/

    Here are more options to choose from: (but needs update)
    https://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/161548/actual-updated-list-of-raspberry-pi-colocation-services#latest

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  • @TimboJones said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said:

    @William said:

    @DataIdeas-Josh said: We also can support POE 802.3af/at (Just make sure it can supply the proper amount of power for your RPI).

    And that you use a v2 HAT that does not fry the RPi by providing not enough power...

    All out considering. The RPI 8GB by it self only pulls 7watts that I've seen max off of POE and idles around 3watts. BUT yes A good POE adapter is highly recommended. Either official adapters or POETexas also makes very good adapters.

    These max power ratings mean very little to me, it's the inrush current that seems to matter and prevent reboots and USB issues. A 5V/2.5A adapter is not all equal and still results in brown outs.

    I have perfect results with this one (but never tried with RPI4, only other boards):
    EU
    https://www.amazon.de/AmazonBasics-USB-Ladeadapter-Anschluss-Ampere-Schwarz/dp/B0773J952F/ref=sr_1_3?__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=5v+3a+adapter+amazon+basics&qid=1611026308&sr=8-3

    US
    https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-One-Port-USB-Wall-Charger/dp/B0773J79KC/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=amazon+basics+5v+2.4+A+plug&qid=1611026148&sr=8-1&th=1

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  • DataIdeas-JoshDataIdeas-Josh Member, Provider

    How about the Official Power supply
    https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/type-c-power-supply/

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