The user interface for RHN is shutting down July, 2017 and will no longer be supported. Staying on RHN is not recommended. Two migration solutions are suggested below in detail. If you need help, please feel free to contact John Rose (email@example.com)
NOTE: for private IP cases, please talk to John Rose (firstname.lastname@example.org) before working on migration
NOTE: remove old bootstrap scripts and the Cyclops.pub key from /root if they exist
2. On RHN Hosted, locate the server record and choose "Delete system"
NOTE: type subscription credentials and verify subscription by following 2 commands
NOTE: alternatively, on RHSM GUI, "Attach Subscription"
subscription-manager list --consumed
NOTE: alternatively, on RHSM GUI, for consumed subscription
NOTE: Third-party non-Red Hat repos should not be affected
NOTE: expect to see "-rpms" added at the end of each Red Hat repo name
NOTE: If additional repos you don't want were added, remove them with
subscription-manager repos --disabled=<REPOID>
Comment out the first instance of "exit 1"
NOTE: it may take a few minutes to register.
look for the target server and choose "Alter Channel Subscription"
Make sure that subscribed channels are the same as previously recorded by using RHN Classic
yum clean all; yum repolist