Quick one… After spending far too much time I figured it out an issue where I was getting the following error in Chrome on Android when trying to access a SSL website I hosted at my home on port 2000..
“Error 111 (net::ERR_TUNNEL_CONNECTION_FAILED)”
Some extra details… this was on my Nexus 4 on AT&T running first 4.2.1 then 4.2.2.
The real issue, Android for some unknown reason will not allow you to use unstandard ports for SSL (i.e. only port 443 works when using https)
I confirmed this by trying a SSL website on port 2000 using my wifes iphone on AT&T. Sure enough it worked fine. So its not AT&T. Also worth pointing out it works fine on wifi.
Hopefully this is just a bug and will be fixed in the future. The only thing I could do was move my SSL website to the standard port 443.
There was zero info on this on the net so I wanted to get it out there. Hope it sheds some light on it for you. If it did leave a comment so I know.