Configuring Order and Fill Server Connections
This section lists the parameters that must be set to establish and maintain the Order and Fill Server connection to the exchange.
Example [OrderServerSession_#] section in the hostinfo.cfg file
The TT LME Gateway maps the Order Server parameters as illustrated in the following list:
- TT LME Gateway distributes ExchangeIP as Connection IP.
- TT LME Gateway distributes GatewayCompany as SenderCompID.
The [OrderServerSession] section configures the connection information for the FIX order session. The following table lists this section’s parameters and descriptions:
This is the user-defined section heading. By default, installation sets this to [OrderServerSession_1].
Sets the IP address that the TT LME Gateway uses to establish connectivity to the Exchange.
Sets the port that the TT LME Gateway uses to establish connectivity to the Exchange.
Identifies the name of the firm that connects to the exchange for order data and is supplied by LME. A unique GatewayCompany value is required for each order session.This field supplies the value of the FIX tag 49 (SenderCompID) in all outbound messages for that connection.
Identifies the client’s Member login. This seven-character maximum variable must match the Member portion of the MemberGroupTrader ID defined in TT User Setup. The Member ID is not provided by the exchange. The value must be different from GatewayCompany and unique across all order sessions or else the Order Server will not start.
If there is a duplicate Member parameter configured on a multi-session TT LME Gateway, the Order Server will not start. This value must be unique per [OrderServerSession_#].
Identifies the name of the exchange host that sends messages to the TT LME Gateway. This field supplies the value of the FIX tag 56 (TargetCompID) in all inbound messages to the TT LME Gateway.
Sets the password the Order Server uses to connect to the exchange for order data. This is assigned by the exchange. This field supplies the value of FIX tag 96 (Raw Data) in the Session Startup request message sent to the exchange.
Identifies the exchange-assigned key used to encrypt the SessionPassword.