I'm trying to call up "https://m.google.com" on my iPhone on my home WiFi. It's saying Safari "cannot verify server identity" of m.google.com, then when I press Details, it refers to https://m.google.com as "mattserver". "mattserver" is the name of my development server, a Linux box on my home network. This stinks of DNS issues to me. Accessing the unsecure version of that URL ("http://m.google.com") gives me a blank page.
What could be going on here? Is there a way to look at the logs of my router somehow?
EDIT: I just found that my dev server shows the same symptoms. When I go to m.google.com from there, it says I'm connecting to 192.168.0.2, which is my dev server's IP.
My workstation is not showing symptoms, probably because it uses Acrylic DNS Proxy.
EDIT (Went deeper into the problem)
Within my home network, requesting "m.google.com" gets me 192.168.0.2, which is my dev server. When I do an nslookup to try and weed out this [I think] DNS issue, it says this: "192.168.0.1: Non-existant domain". 192.168.0.1 is my router.