Installing an Enterprise Agent on a Raspberry Pi Device
You can run ThousandEyes Enterprise Agents on Raspberry Pi hardware. This approach can be advantageous if your organization has locations that do not have hardware to host the agent, or that do not have technical staff to set up the agent.
With the Raspberry Pi, you can obtain low-cost hardware; configure it and the agent on it; then ship it to another location.
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (4GB or 8GB model)
ThousandEyes recommends that you obtain a Raspberry Pi bundle, such as from CanaKit or Vilros, to ensure that all the parts you'll need are included in a single order.
ThousandEyes does not support Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (2GB).
One of the following models of microSD card:
Samsung EVO Plus (32GB minimum required)
SanDisk Extreme (32 GB minimum required)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) adapter or a standard USB-C power supply
NOTE: The physical appliance method for deploying an Enterprise Agent on Raspberry Pi supports Ethernet network configuration only. If you would like to use the Wi-Fi interface on Raspberry Pi, follow the Linux package installation method using Ubuntu 18.04 for ARM.