Android App doesn't seem to take port into account

So I’ve installed Jitsi on my own server and it works wonderfully! But now when I try to use the Android App it immediately tells me that it’s unable to connect.

The server runs a valid SSL certificate and a normal browser shows this! When I use logcat on my Android device it says (Domain name Obfuscated):
Failed to load config from https://xxxx.com/config.js?room=kek
Now this is odd as I configured the url to be https://xxxx.com:4443/, as it runs on a different port (behind NAT). Now everything else works fine but the app doesn’t seem to take the port into account.

Does anyone have eperience with this issue?
Thanks in advance!

@MaatjeBroccoli maybe you want give @Sander 's hint about https://whatsmychaincert.com/ a try?
Helped my with my solved and maybe similar issue SOLVED: Android immediately disconnects, always

I’ve got for my immediate disconnect issue the probably same error in logcat “failed to load config…”, but I can at least confirm that in my logcat the android app definitively connects at https://meet.example.com:8443/myconf, including the port reference.

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That seemed to work! I’m at a loss as to why the correct port wasn’t logged :S but thanks anyways!

For people whose certificate chain is incorrect as well but are having trouble configuring this, your /etc/jitsi/meet/DOMAIN.com.crt file needs to have the Bundle file from your CA. If you don’t have one you can concatenate your crt file and chain file like this:
cat certificate.crt certficate.chain > certifcate.bundle

This fixed it for me!

Thanks for the response!