You will need to configure an RSA key pair in order to register the proxy. This acts as the proxy's identity with the upstream Snap Store.
They can be generated and configured automatically:
sudo snap-proxy generate-keys
Or you can manually generate a key pair, in OpenSSH format (e.g., via ssh-keygen) and configure it explicitly:
sudo snap-proxy config \ proxy.key.public="<public key data>" \ proxy.key.private="<private key data>"
This key is your proxy's identity and should be
recorded securely. To view keys generated by the
you can run:
sudo snap-proxy config proxy.key.public proxy.key.private
To register the proxy, you will need to provide Ubuntu SSO credentials for the desired account you wish to link the proxy with, and answer some simple questions about your deployment:
sudo snap-proxy register --https
sudo snap-proxy register
--https option is omitted, the resulting assertion
instructing client devices to use the proxy instead of the upstream store, will
instruct them to use HTTP to connect to the proxy instead of HTTPS.
You can examine your proxy's registration status with:
This will show the registration status of your proxy, as well as local status information of this server.
For evaluation purposes, we automatically grant the use of up to 25 devices.
At this point, your proxy will be assigned a Store ID, which can be retrieved with the status command. This will be used in later commands and to identify your proxy for support purposes.