A high-bandwidth, highly reliable client connectivity option for co-located TTNET users
This service allows TTNET customers, co-located in the same data center facility as a TTNET environment, to connect their trading network to TTNET via a simple, point-to-point, duplex fiber connection managed by the data center provider.
The Coalesced Direct Connect Service facilitates the use of a number of TTNET-provided services, including global price feeds, order routing, server-hosted algo execution and back-office support.
Because the Direct Connect services exist only in the data center and typically are deployed on passive links between environments, connections of this type are generally more reliable and less expensive than circuits facilitated through a telecommunications provider. The service is available in bandwidth increments of 20 Mbps and can scale up to line rate (1 Gbps) across the same link. This service is offered in unprotected (single link) or protected (redundant) configurations.
|Physical Interface(s)||Link: Single-Mode Fiber
Wavelength: 1310 nm
|Data Link Protocol||1 Gbps Ethernet|
|Network Protocol||IPv4, BGP|
|Transport Protocol(s)||TCP, 10200 (TTM), 10500-520 (FIX)|
|API Support||FIX, TT API, X_TRADER® API|
|Unit Bandwidth||20 Mbps1|
|Transmit Buffer Depth||256 kB|
|Shaping Policy||Outbound: Shaped to subscribed bandwidth
Inbound: Hard-policed drop to subscribed bandwidth
|Congestion Policy||Outbound: Tail drop
Inbound: Policed drop
|Demarcation||Customer network edge equipment or patch panel
No TTNET-owned or managed equipment is required or provided in the customer space
|Supported Applications||X_TRADER, X_RISK®, X_TRADER API applications, TT API applications, conforming FIX applications|
The customer environment must be located within the same data center facility or private campus as the TTNET environment and have data center services with the same provider.
Customers must address traffic at the edge to the TTNET-supplied destination IP (119.x.x.x, 118.x.x.x for FIX).
All inbound customer traffic to TTNET must utilize one of two TTNET-provided source IP (117.x.x.x) addresses.
For BGP peering, the customer can use either their Regional Internet Registry (AFRINIC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, RIPE NCC) assigned Autonomous System Number (ASN) or one assigned by TTNET from the private range. TT will communicate other details during the on-boarding process.
Support and Availability
This service is currently available in Chicago, New Jersey, London and Frankfurt.
Hours of Operation
Sunday 10:00 a.m. Central Time (U.S.) (16:00 GMT) through Friday 4:30 p.m. CT (U.S.) (22:30 GMT)
Please contact your Technical Sales Representative to initiate a quote.
TTNET is responsible for procuring the cross connect from the service provider between the customer location and the TTNET environment.
- Cross-connect Fee: Varies per data center
- Service Fee: $300 per 20 Mbps of bandwidth3
- Data Center Cross-connect Install Fee: Varies per data center
- 1 Scalable in 20 Mbps increments up to 1Gbps.
- 2 Customer or client must be a subscriber or user of at least one market access service.
- 3 Service fee is doubled for redundant connections.