is this a browser issue or web server issue?
I have a situation, where request to any uri is redirected to a fixed ip. the redirection is done at dns level. the browser gets back the redirected uri / ip as part of the dns response (custom dns server is designed to do this. If this is the case, the browser will send a http-request to the new fixed ip 126.96.36.199.(in my case) a yaws webserver is running in this host and listening to http requests. So the index page is displayed in the browser correctly. But the address field is still the old, say www.msn.com
So when is there a possibility that a http request (which is just after a dns manipulation) is serviced correctly to the extent, the proper page is displayed, but with a flaw namely the address field remains to be the old one before the dns lookup?
could this be a browser issue or web server issue?