Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to https://xmlrpc.rhn.redhat.com/
2. Either from an internal redhat.com ip or from my external domain:
The default Apache test page is served.
Redirect to RHN site
Chip, is this even a bug? Why would someone browse to this page?
They wouldn't normally, but it looks really bad. Additionally, it displays an
SSL mismatch between the host's name and the Common Name.
Chip, can we redirect / to rhn.redhat.com? Or we did this before and we confused
the load balancer?
It's been a couple months... status?
That is by design. We need to have a real page there for the CSS to work
correctly. We can not redirect. No normal website traffic should be done on
xmlrpc.rhn.redhat.com - if you point a browser to it you get to keep all the
if you hit it now, you get a simple page that says 'Red Hat Network' -- at
least, that's what I get. can anyone confirm the problem is 'fixed' (not
blatantly wrong) anymore?