Say my website name is example.com and nnn.nnn.10.12 is the IP address of the website.
Should the domain be available when I type in http
://nnn.nnn.10.12 in the address bar of a web browser?
Because, I'm running into a strange situation yet again.
://nnn.nnn.10.12 - My domain is available on this IP exactly it is on example.com. And I could be able to navigate through the pages as I could do on example.com
://nnn.nnn.11.12 - This IP also returns my website. But this one has the older version of the website. We have changed the look and feel of the website(only the homepage) couple of weeks before and the unchanged version is still available on this IP.
To make it more worse, site:nnn.nnn.10.12 returns no search results in Google whereas site:nnn.nnn.11.12 returns 4k pages.
An IP look on both shows our domain when I checked it with who.is
What makes this confusion? How to overcome the situation?
Thanks for all your help!
[edited by: aakk9999 at 11:32 am (utc) on Mar 4, 2014]
[edit reason] Obscured IP [/edit]