A USB drive, a home NAS and a storage VPS from Time4VPS (60€/1TB/y). All the backups are handled with BorgBackup
BorgBase also seems like a great option:
Secure your data from just $2/month or $.005/GB/month
Unlimited free trial (5 GB and 2 repos) after signing up. Custom plans available. No API or data charges.
My backups take up only ~7 GB so far with BorgBackup, so IIUC I would be fine with their free trial, and start out paying ~1 cent/mo.? No transfer fees, compared to B2.
I think that you have to subscribe to one of their plans such as the $25/100GB/year and every additional GB will cost you 1 cent/mo
Yeah, I’m not sure. Haven’t yet found a way to contact someone there.
If you need a board with more than one network interface you could look at an ESPRESSObin: it has three gigabit interfaces, 1/2GB DDR3 memory and an ARM Cortex A53 processor.
It is really small and cheap.
I’m running pfSense on it, bonding two interfaces, and using also as a VPN.
I am using the espresso bin as my main router as well, running openwrt. I don’t how’s pfSense support on this SBC, but openwrt can max out my uplink with
pfSense support is still really experimental due to the lack of hardware support of FreeBSD systems.
Oh nice! I’ll have to look into these a bit more.