I'm trying to set up TeamCity to act as a NuGet server. Under Administration, the NuGet server is enabled, and I'm able to hit the "Authenticated Feed URL" via the browser to get a WSDL.
I'm also able to add the feed to Visual Studio after providing credentials. It can see what packages are present in the feed. However, when I try to actually add a package I get an "unable to connect to remote server" error.
Does anyone have any idea what this might be? Are there logs I can check to see what's going wrong?
I'm not sure if this matters, but we don't have SSL set up and there is no "Public Feed URL" available. TeamCity gives the warning, "NuGet Feed must contain server URL inside. Current TeamCity server configuration does not let TeamCity server to get original request URL from HTTP request. It looks like TeamCity server is wrongly configured with reverse proxy. Make sure reverse proxy and TeamCity server is configured to let TeamCity server know request real request URL", but I think that has to do with SSL, which we don't need as this is all internal to our network. (That warning is very poorly written by the way, I have no clue what it is supposed to mean even after reading documentation and googling)