Update 2012-08-27: Stefan de Kooter reported the bug had been fixed in IOS release 15.1(4)M.
If you run multiple web sites on a single physical server, it's highly likely that you rely on the ability of HTTP/1.1 clients to specify the Host: field in the HTTP request to indicate which web site they're trying to access.
Cisco IOS always inserts the web server's IP address (not the hostname) in the Host: field of the HTTP request, regardless of whether you enter IP address or hostname in the URL part of an IOS command that supports HTTP (for example, copy or more command) ... and regardless of whether the hostname is locally configured with the ip host command or resolved by an external DNS server specified in the ip name-server command.
End result: Cisco IOS-based routers (tested up to release 12.4(11)T) can access only the default web site on a web server hosting multiple web sites.
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