How can setup my router to allow all the traffic to pass thought my domino server IP public

i have a cisco router and i have setup it,my the external traffic , doesn't work, all my lotus client who are outside my LAN can't replicate with domino server, while that i already activate the udp,and tcp port 1325 ,
please could you with the commande that i can make on my router to allow all the outside traffic and that all my client lotus who are outside my LAN be able to replicate with domino server. please
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
The port is 1352 by default, not 1325.

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As Sjef Bosman said port is 1352 and command is

ip nat inside source static udp x.x.x.x 1352 y.y.y.y 1352 extendable

x.x.x.x is inside ip address of server
y.y.y.y is WAN ip address
extendable - is needed if there are two or more devices ( and that are involved in port forward from WAN.
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