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first of all it is a big mess to use internet naming inside your LAN, but this is something that Atheling has already responded to you. Judging by the facts that you mentioned on the first post I am thinking it looks like a proxy issue.
if i try telnet 192.168.1.1 80 I get response.
If I try telnet mydomain.com 80 I do not get response.
If I try from the web browser http://mydomain.com No response
If I try from the web browser http://mydomain.com/index.htm WORKS!!! WTF
If I try from the web browser http://192.168.1.1 I do not get response (Why? something related to http protocol?)
If I try from the web browser https://192.168.1.1 I do not get response (Why?)
Telnet on 192.168.1.1 port 80 works and browser on same address fails, seems that browser is using a proxy to access the page.
Also if http://mydomain.com doesn’t work, though it should and http://mydomain.com/index.htm works also points to some proxy cache that still serves the index.htm, but not the top page. Since your test client and the server are both in the same subnet (192.168.1.X) then malufunction in the internal traffic is not a Zeroshell issue.