kaspencer - 12:48 am on Nov 14, 2012 (gmt 0)
If I do an nslookup on a remote (Windows) PC it finds my-example.my-domain.local, as the web server machine is in the DNS on my LAN. In fact it is in my DNS as the machine name and per the entry in the virtual hosts.
However, the web server machine doesn't have nslookup (and I cannot find it from any of my known sources) so I cannot try it from the web server machine. In the web server, the ServerName is definitely in the /etc/hosts file.
Thanks for the reply ...