When testing a HTTPS URL it loads successfully from all browsers on mulitple desktop operating system. However when we test specifically from Android mobile phone we get the following results:
Android using Dolphin browser:
The name of the site does not match the name on the certificate. Do you want to continue? (Cancel / Continue)
Android using Chrome:
It displays the message:
No Certificates found
Chrome has requested a certificate. Agreeing to this request will allow the application to use this certificate with servers from now on. The requesting server has been recognized as :443. Only agree to this request if you trust the application.
You can install certificates from a PKCS#12 file with a .pfx or .p12 file extension.
With "Install" or "Cancel" buttons at the bottom of the error message dialog.
The really interesting thing is when testing on the same Android phone using Firefox and UCbrowser the URL loads successfully without these error messages.
When loading the same URL using an iPhone with either Chrome or Safari both also load successfully.
Would anyone have any pointers on what we should check regarding the setup?