Remote Conan Repositories

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A Remote Repository defined in Artifactory serves as a caching proxy for a registry managed at a remote URL such as, or even a Conan repository managed at a remote site by another instance of Artifactory.

Conan packages requested from a remote repository are cached on demand. You can remove Conan packages from the remote repository cache, however, you can not manually push Conan files to a remote Conan repository.

To define a remote repository to proxy a remote repository follow the steps below:

  1. In the Administration module, under Repositories | Repositories | Remote, click New Remote Repository.

  2. In the New Repository dialog, set the Package Type to Conan, set the Repository Key value, and specify the URL to the remote repository in the URL field as displayed below.

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Resolving Conan Remote Packages

To resolve Conan remote packages, aggregate the remote repository in a virtual repository as they cannot be resolved directly from the remote repositories.