MagPi magazine: how to host a website on a Raspberry Pi
The MagPi Magazine has published a new article on how to set up a web server using a Raspberry Pi hosted in our Pi Cloud.
The article walks through all the steps necessary from ordering a server on our website to getting WordPress installed and running.
It’s also a great demonstration of how easy it is to host a website on an IPv6-only server such as those in our Pi Cloud. In fact, it’s so easy that the article doesn’t even mention that the Pi doesn’t have a public IPv4 address. An SSH port-forward on our gateway server provides IPv4 access for remote administration, and our v4 to v6 proxy relays incoming HTTP requests from those still using a legacy internet connection.
You can read the article on the MagPi site or order a server to try it out yourself.
We have Pi 3 and Pi 4 servers available now, and the option of per-second billing means you can try this without any ongoing commitment.