Following the success of the recent dress rehearsals, NYSE Technologies is pleased to confirm that clients will be able to start their NYSE Arca Europe migration from Cannon Bridge to Basildon on Saturday, 9 October 2010.
Key timings for Go Live
The final validation period prior to go live will run from 14.00 CET until 17.00 CET. Prior to this period, clients are requested to have switched their NYSE Arca Europe connectivity IP configuration over from Cannon Bridge to Basildon.
The final go-live decision is scheduled for 18.00 CET and the outcome of this decision will be communicated. To assist us in assessing progress, clients are requested to provide the European Service Desk with confirmation of their final validation status as soon as possible during the above mentioned final validation period.
Scope and detailed schedule of Go Live
Please find below some additional details relevant to the migration weekend of 9 October 2010:
o Log on to all their order entry connections (please note that any orders sent at this time will be rejected)
o Receive multicast (only referential data and heartbeat)
o Log on to refresh and retransmit servers
o Provide the European Service Desk with confirmation of their final validation status.
To validate the market data broadcast via multicast for NYSE Arca Europe, clients are requested to connect their application/ feed handler on Saturday, 9 October 2010 at 14.00 CET.
At 14.15 CET, NYSE Euronext will be broadcasting the referential data (message types 550, 551 and 553) via Service IDs 114 for NYSE Arca Europe via multicast. After the broadcast of the referential data NYSE Euronext will only be sending heartbeats via multicast for Service ID 114.
Clients that use the Retransmission (RTS) and/ or the Refresh (RFS) services (details can be found on page 14 of the Universal Trading Platform Market Data (UTP-MD) Feed: Basildon Data Centre Migration Addendum v1.0 - click here) can test this functionality on Saturday, 9 October 2010 after the broadcast of the referential data at 14:15 CET.
Clients that have a configured firewall will need to make sure that the Source IP address ranges for XDP/ UTP Market Data Feed Line A (BAS: 220.127.116.11/25) and Line B (BAS: 18.104.22.168/25) for Basildon have been configured on their firewall to allow the market data traffic coming from Basildon into their application and/or feed handler.
In the event of a no go decision, clients will be advised to roll back their target IP address connectivity to their Cannon Bridge configuration.
Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact your local relationship manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the European Service Desk at:
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