ICE Gateway Documentation
- ICE Gateway And The Exchange
- Installing And Upgrading
- Configuring Global Settings
Configuring Market Data
- Understanding the Price Feed
- Configuring Price Server Connection
- Configuring Support for ICE iMpact Multicast Feed
- Number of Orders at Price
- Support for Market Depth
- Calculating Volume at Price
- Configuring Product Subscriptions
- Support for Logical Codes (Short Symbols)
- Support for Settlement Prices
- Support for User-Defined Strategies
- Support for Implied Prices
- Support for Spread Prices
- Trading Heating Oil/Gas Oil (HO-GO) Spreads
- Trading ICE Heat Rate Spreads
- Support for Options on Futures
- PFX Market Data
- Configuring Order Management
- Disaster Recovery
- Configuration Parameters
- Market Type IDs
Once you have established your trading environment, you should verify Exchange connectivity using the method listed below.
Telnet and Ping Tests
You can verify Exchange connectivity by telnet testing each of the IP addresses and ports that ICE distributes. You do not need to perform a ping test to verify connectivity.
To telnet the Exchange:
- Open a command window.
- Type Telnet IP:Port where IP is the connection IP address and Port is the connection port value forwarded from the Exchange.
- Repeat Step 2 with each connection address.
TT Listen Tools
TT ICE Listen (named tt_ice_listen.exe and available in Version 7.13 and higher) listens to the price data that the ICE Gateway sends. You use this tool to display the price data as plain text messages.
This tool exists in the <root drive>:ttExchange-Flavor directory.
Because this tool receives price data before the Price Server processes it, you can use it as a troubleshooting tool to compare actual price messages against what the Price Server broadcasts.