SERVER_NAME: www.dorsetshire.com
    REMOTE_ADDR: 54.81.183.183 = your (temporary) IP address
    REMOTE_HOST: 54.81.183.183 = your host IP address
    REMOTE_IDENT:
    SERVER_PORT: 80
    SERVER_SOFTWARE: Microsoft-IIS/8.5
    SERVER_PROTOCOL: HTTP/1.1
    GATEWAY_INTERFACE: CGI/1.1 = CGI Revision
    HTTP_REFERER: = Referring Page
    HTTP_FROM: = your email (if supported)
    HTTP_USER_AGENT: CCBot/2.0 (http://commoncrawl.org/faq/) = Your browser
    HTTP_COOKIE: = Any cookies
    CONTENT_TYPE: = media type of this query
    HTTP_ACCEPT: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8 = (browser supports these media types)
    REQUEST_METHOD: GET

You might like to try pinging your own IP address, or get a friend to do it from their computer. Ping is a program designed to test whether a remote computer is still functioning, and does this by using a low-level protocol called ICMP (which uses IP, internet protocol). The higher protocol layers used for web traffic (TCP and HTTP) are not used for ping.
On a PC ping can be invoked from a DOS window (Start=>programs=>MS-DOS prompt) by typing for example 'ping 212.240.1.57' (but use your temporary IP address from above).