claudiu teodorescu wrote:Now as you know exactly the situation can you tell me how to forward the port?
This completely depends on your router. You need to log into your router to configure it. And the administration screens are different for different products. To connect to the router though, is generally done by using a browser to log in.
Also, if you are using DHCP, you may also want to configure your server with a static IP address -- depending if the port forwarding menu, ask for an IP address or not (some are smart enough to need only a mac address).
claudiu teodorescu wrote:And should I disable my antivirus and firewall or add the forwarded port as "trusted"?
Well, if you are going to go through the trouble of port forwarding at the router, only to have your server block the connection, that kinda defeats the purpose, doesn't it?