For many years, two DSL lines have been used as media for internet connection at ROSA. But since longer time, the capacity became a bottleneck for transfering data from the six observatories. New 25M/60M sensors and faster optics created data volumes the two DSL lines (1Mbit upload) could not handle anymore. Since fiberoptic connections are not available at this time, the ROSA members decided to swallow the toad and we ordered a Starlink antenna. Installed during my service mission in February, we have now more then ten times faster upload (between 10Mbit and 20Mbit) with about the same latency like the DSL lines. The experience regarding availability is excellent in the last two months. With some additional configuration, we are even able to run our VPN connection over Starlink.