Baffling listener behaviour
Experiencing something rather odd. Is this a bug, or am I misunderstanding something?
I use sub domains for the different development versions of my sites, eg:
I've done this many times with no problems. But setting up a listener for the following sub-domain:
LS is consistently directing requests to an entirely unrelated v-host mapping in the same listener (the domains aren't remotely similar).
With the v-host setting:
foo.mysite.com, asc-dev.mysite.com, asc_dev.mysite.com, ascdev.mysite.com
all the sub-domains work as expected except asc-dev. Changing the position of asc-dev.mysite.com in the string doesn't have any effect.
I'm confident this isn't a DNS or a rewrite issue, and there are no wildcards in the v-host setting of the site that's getting the misdirected requests, or the vhost that's being misdirected (as you can see).
So what is going on here? Am I missing something? Or could this be a bug in the listener's v-host parser?? I guess asc and dev are strings that are likely to turn up in code...
Obviously, I can work around this by using another sub-domain, but I'd prefer to use my normal format, as I have scripts that use it. Plus I'm intrigued!