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Well, I'm really confused. I have a web server running nginx inside a virtual machine. I'm fowarding the port 8082 from the host machine to the port 80 in the virtual machine. In fact, going to exampledomain.dev:8082 works as expected showing the web page.

The problem happens when I type a url like this exampledomain.dev:8082/subdirectory

The browser redirect me to exampledomain.dev/subdirectory without the port number, so nothing works. But if I add a trailing backslash in the url like this exampledomain.dev:8082/subdirectory/ it works properly.

My question is, how can I point exampledomain.dev:8082/subdirectory and exampledomain.dev:8082/subdirectory/ to the same place and how I prevent nginx from removing the port number?

If is important, this is my actual nginx configuration inside the virtual machine:

server {
    listen 80;
    server_name exampledomain.dev;
    root /srv/www/exampledomain;
    index index.php;
    rewrite ^([^.]*[^/])$ $1/ permanent;

    location /subdirectory {
        try_files $uri $uri/ /subdirectory/index.php?$args;
    }
}
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The simplest fix is to change your rewrite to

rewrite ^([^.]*[^/])$ http://exampledomain.dev:8082/$1/ permanent;
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