NYSE Liffe Gateway Documentation
- NYSE Liffe Gateway And The Exchange
- Installing And Upgrading
- Configuring Global Settings
Configuring Market Data
- Understanding the Price Feed
- Configuring the Price Server Connection
- PFX Support
- Price Server Files
- Tick Tables, Point Values, and Product Tables
- Support for Market Depth
- Calculating Volume at Price
- Configuring Product Subscriptions ( Exchange Data Publisher (XDP) Only)
- Support for Open, Close and Settlement Prices
- Understanding the Price Feed Optiq
- Configuring the Price Server Connection Optiq
- Price Server Files Optiq
Configuring The Order Server
- Understanding Order Management
- Clearing Environment Impact
- Order and Fill Server Files
- Configuring Order and Fill Server Connections
- Configuring Order Sessions
- Supported Order Types
- Example Case Studies: Order Session Configuration
- Example: Configuring Order Sessions
- Configuring Account Code Mapping
- Configuring Give Up Orders
- Support for Stop Orders
- Configuration Parameters
- NYSE Liffe Gateway Codes
- Wholesale Trades
- Disaster Recovery
Configuring the Price Server Connection
When connecting to the exchange, the Price Server uses the information included in the MulticastGroups.cfg file to determine the correct IP address and port assignments for each product. For the Price API connection, the exchange does not require a unique ID or password.
By default, TT Gateways install with all Price API related parameters set to the correct values for a single NIC machine to receive all market data. Users only need to add credentials for the exchange Standing Data FTP and the Replay servers in the [PriceServer] section of the hostinfo.cfg file.
You may configure the [PriceServer] section to limit the amount of subscribed products as described in Limiting Product Subscriptions.
In addition, you may use the [PriceServer] section to configure multiple network interface cards (NICs) in your trading environment as described in Configuring Multiple NIC Setup.
You must properly configure a network route to the Retransmission, Refresh and FTP Servers. This includes allowing the servers access through any firewalls, routers, and/or switches throughout your network.
Failure to do so may result in missing and/or incorrect data.