How can I forward ports?

I am having problems using my bit torrent client (Bit tornado). I recently installed Kaspersky 7.0.0.125 on my computer and since then I am unable to dowload bit torrent files properly. I get messages that my ports are not forwarded. I have a router but since I live in Korea, I have been unable to find it on the Internet to explain how to forward ports. The router is a broadband Ip router; it is MAST MT-TR 7000. I'm wondering if anyone can help me with port forwarding?
phishphan4244Asked:
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ee_rleeCommented:
there's a step by step guide here
http://www.utorrent.com/setup_guide.php
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Michael WorshamStaff Infrastructure ArchitectCommented:
Are you running Kaspersky -- KAV (Anti-Virus) or KIS (Anti-Virus, Firewall, Etc)? If the latter, you might also need to allow your software firewall to allow access to the bittorrent application and the ports it needs.

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Michael WorshamStaff Infrastructure ArchitectCommented:
It seems that the router's manufacturer has either moved or closed up business as their original website is no longer available. I was, however, able to find this document about setting up the router for setting a PC in its DMZ (i.e. PC fully exposed to outside world).

DMZ Info: http://www.teamvoice.co.kr/file/router/mast_MT-TR7000.pdf
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phishphan4244Author Commented:
This is almost exactly what I was looking for (would have preferred ports forwarded instead of DMZ).  I don't know how you tracked down the info but kudos to you!
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