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  1. Extranet Service Providers

    (ESPs) have direct access to Delta1. ESPs can offer customers both Proprietary Real-time Market Data via multicast and Order Entry and Trade Reporting via unicast.  CenturyLink https://www.centurylink.com/ Pico Quantitative Trading, LLC https://www.picotrading.com/ ICE Data, LP https://www.theice.com/publicdocs/ice
    Public DocumentationJan 15, 2020
  2. Market Data Licensing FAQ

    This FAQ provides additional information regarding the Market Data licensing process. If you don't see an answer to your question here please send it to us by email at marketdata@onechicago.com mailto:marketdata@onechicago.com. Overview: What services require licensing? Proprietary Real-time Market Data Quote an
    Public DocumentationDec 30, 2019
  3. Upload a Public Key - Linux SFTP CLI

    This assumes you have an authorized_keys file from Managing Public Keys for File Transmission Services in your home folder (~) where the SFTP commands are executed. Any keys not in the file you upload will replace the file on the server, removing them from authorization. User Input Screen Output sftp exam
    Public DocumentationJan 06, 2020
  4. Upload a Public Key - Linux WinSCP SFTP GUI

    The steps below explain how to edit an already existing authorized_keys file in a customer SFTP account. Customers may choose to replace the file in its entirety, however. If a file replacement is done, any keys not in the file you upload will replace the file on the server, removing them from authorization. Us
    Public DocumentationJan 06, 2020
  5. Managing Public Keys for File Transmission Services

    OneChicago SFTP services provides for management of Public Key Authentication for user accounts. This means customers can self-manage public keys once their SFTP accounts have been created. Overview: Resources: Supported Protocols Only Protocol version 2 is supported, which includes the following key types: e
    Public DocumentationJan 07, 2020
  6. Product Related Fees

    See the Fee Schedule to the Connectivity Service Agreement https://ftp.onechicago.com/documentation_center/fee_schedules/Fee_Schedule_Connectivity_Service_Agreement.pdf brief for a PDF version of this item. Firms are billed on the third business day of each month. Fees are debited on a monthly basis from a firms cle
    Public DocumentationJan 10, 2020
  7. Delta1 UAT VPN

    A VPN connection is an encrypted and secure site-to-site virtual private network tunnel over the Internet. Monthly Recurring Cost is assessed per customer gateway. The Delta1 UAT VPN provides access to the UAT Delta1 Trading Platform Instance. During the time when a firm is developing, troubleshooting, and certifying a
    Public DocumentationOct 29, 2019
  8. DeltaOne Trading Front-end

    DeltaOne is OneChicago's trading front-end for the Delta1 FIX Service. The application does not require installation and is delivered through Java Web Start using the Java Network Launching Protocol (JNLP). Simply ensure the minimum System Requirements on your Windows workstation and launch the application.  Overview:
    Public DocumentationOct 31, 2019
  9. Required Networks and Ports

    The application initiates a TCP connection to the FIX Order Entry Service (OES) gateway and FIX Market Data Service (MDS) gateway. Outbound firewalls need to allow traffic from the source workstation running the DeltaOne instance to the below list of networks, ports, and protocols. It is important to note that this lis
    Public DocumentationOct 31, 2019
  10. Connect to a FIX Gateway

    Access to a Delta1 TPI is provided through a FIX interface (What is FIX? https://www.fixtrading.org/what-is-fix/) hosted on a Delta1 FIX44 API Gateway. DeltaOne is a no-install Java based trading front-end for the Delta1 - FIX Gateway. Dual access to both and  is provided through a single user access credential. To co
    Public DocumentationOct 31, 2019