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You better understand the rules for the forum first. DO NOT ask anyone to do it quickly. If you want it quick, go and buy a paid support. You are here on a forum where members volunteer their time and they will help you when they have time. And many would not like to help you with this attitude of yours even if they have time on hand.
Go and read THIS LINK first.
Then come back with neat phrased question where you ask for help and not command members to help you out.
And for your information, there are a lot of types of servers. Just saying configure server will not give anything.
And if you think this reply is bit rude, be it.