I posted a question on Stack Overflow today. Now, I'm not sure if it should have been posted there or here. That question can be seen here, I have copied it here for the ease of access.
I have a web site that is currently hosted at IP address 220.127.116.11 (this is a fake address, just for communicating). I can successfully access the site via www.mydomain.com. I now want to allow a user to access m.mydomain.com.
This url needs to use the same IP Address. It will be hosted on the same web server, but as its own application. Currently, I have created a new CNAME record with my GoDaddy account. That record has the following properties:
Host: m Points To: @
On my web server, I have a web application called "Mobile". This application has a site binding with the following properties:
Type: http Host Name: m.mydomain.com Port: 60 IP Address: 18.104.22.168
When I type "m.mydomain.com" into my browser, I see the original website. I do not see the mobile version. What am I doing wrong?