Project Quantum has started its baselining and benchmarking work on Mozilla's webpagetest instance which is hosted on http://wpt1.dev.mozaws.net/ Right now, access to http://wpt1.dev.mozaws.net/ is only granted on an individual level through VPN. To allow all Quantum team, especially engineering managers and leads, continuous access to the benchmarking results and also allow them to launch tests themselves, please grant everybody on VPN or internal IP access to http://wpt1.dev.mozaws.net/
I don't think I can do this with vpn, but I should be able to do it with auth0. I'll try to get to this next week.
Assignee: nobody → dthorn
I am not sure about impact of auth0. VPN allows me to test agents modifications I am working on against the WPT instance. I also experimenting with WPT tools that use the WPT API to fire off tests. If I understand auth0 correctly, it will use redirects for signin and break any tools trying to connect that run on a machine connected to VPN. When adding auth0, will the VPN option continue to work?
I'll make auth0 run on https://wpt.dev.mozaws.net/ and http://wpt1.dev.mozaws.net will still work without auth over vpn
Is there a chance to get this done early this week? With the Necko team getting into testing phase of new components for Quantum, not having access to this instance is a blocker for them right now. Solving it early is much appreciated.
https://wpt.dev.mozaws.net should be working now, with auth0 login. I will also be setting up https://wpt.stage.mozaws.net and http://wpt-vpn.stage.mozaws.net later this week, but I wanted to get wpt.dev up and running first in order to unblock you.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Thanks, Daniel. https://wpt.dev.mozaws.net/ login works for me.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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