I'm not an expert here, but you mention Port 36 : I take it you've already authorised outside access to the other ports that you'll need to have open, especially 80 and 443 for http / https access, and 20 & 21 for FTP access?
Edit - also 445 and 1433, I think. But there are a lot of others which you might need to have open. Somewhere I've got a link to a complete port list, with notes on what each port is used for. But of course, the more ports you've got open the more access points there are for malicious people to access your PC ... it's a judgement call.
You may need to experiment a bit to get it right, but using your PC as a web server should be compatible with McAfee ... although you might need to push the boundaries a little. Trial and error, I suspect.
There are lots of books devoted to this, but the only ones I have are a bit out of date. I may need to pass you on to someone a bit more familiar with this field - I'll ask if anyone can help. Let me know whether you still have a problem once the other ports are authorised for remote access.