Originally Posted by falko
No, it isn't, unless hosting.hairydog.co.uk is a Co-Domain of the hairydog.co.uk web site.
Ah. It is. Originally, the plan was to have hosting.hairydog.co.uk as one address amd www.hairydog.co.uk
as a completely different one.
Then I wanted them both on different IPs so I could get away from port 81 which gives me and some clients real problems (It's blocked by some firewalls).
I moved the hosting to a different IP and called it hdog.co.uk but it was a waste of time: I never did manage to get both web servers to run on separate IPs on the same port. You offered some helpful suggestions, but not enough for me to sort it out.
So I ended up with a setup where some bits think the server is hosting.hairydog.co.uk and others think it is hdog.co.uk.
I think I'll try removing the hosting.hairydog.co.uk co-domain altogether, but I can't do that till I'm in a position to fix it quickly if it goes wrong.