For the past day and a half I've been setting up my Raspberry Pi for hosting a small website. I'm using Apache2, PHP & MySQl and have installed AWStats so I can keep track of some things.
Everything is near ready to go public, however I've notcied some strange statistics in AWStats.
Under the "Hosts (Top 10)" area, I see the first result;
Host Pages Hits Bandwidth Matthew-PC 125 237 642.61 KB
which is my own computer- this looks about right as I've been setting up stuff in WordPress and testing other things out like phpMyAdmin.
However, below that I see;
Host Pages Hits Bandwidth namehere-vaio.home 9 9 90.39 KB
this is strange (to me), because whilst that computer has been on all day, it has not once visited the site as far as I'm aware because 1) I've checked the history, 2) the computer's user does not have access to the router's settings (so wouldn't see hostnames, nor would they see port forwarding rules), and wouldn't even know that using "raspberrypi" in their browser would take them to the site and 3) the "Last Visit" time has once been a time at which I know nobody was using the computer (but it was still on).
There are also a couple of other devices from my home network listed, too.
Is this normal, and is there any explanation for it (bug, possible security issue etcetera)? My R-Pi is connected using ethernet.
edit 1: found this in the access.log file;
192.168.1.** - - [01/Jan/2013:21:59:07 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 200 10284 "-" "-"
namehere-vaio.home. What does
- - mean?