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Author Topic: Using IQFeed on a corporate network (2 messages, Page 1 of 1)

-Interested User-
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Joined: Apr 5, 2012

Posted: Oct 15, 2013 03:18 PM          Msg. 1 of 2
I'd like to use IQ Feed on a secure corporate network. What information do I need to give to IT support at work - IP addresses, ports etc ?
and does IQ feed work like tradestation where separate access needs to be set up for both outgoing and incoming data ? IT security policy wont allow for open 'incoming connection' without a 'handshake' (terms that I dont know much about).
thanks in advance for your help

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Posted: Oct 16, 2013 06:35 AM          Msg. 2 of 2

Here is some port/IP address information:
Port Information

We have 2 server farms currently which are commonly referred to as the "148" server farm and the "156" server farm. Each farm is identical in IPs and ports and customers are load balanced between them so you may need duplicate firewall rules setup to allow for connections to each server farm. Each server farm operates on two separate port ranges as well that are copied and 55000 apart from each other (one in the 5000 range and the other in the 60000 range). Keep in mind also that ALL connections for IQFeed originate from the client application so no port forwarding should be needed. The preferred method is to open the entire subnet on the following port ranges. 66.112.156.XXX ports 5000 - 5050 and 60000 - 60050 66.112.148.XXX ports 5000 - 5050 and 60000 - 60050 The reason for this is that IP addresses and port numbers change on occasion (adding or subtracting servers). This will allow you optimal use of the feed while having very little potential to having to revisit firewall configuration at a later time. If you need a more detailed (or "tighter security") model, the following information can be used but keep in mind that we do modify these ports occasionally for various reasons so it is entirely possible these will change and cause feature of the feed to no longer work. The "156" server farm. - ports 5000, 5001, 5005, 5009, 5014, 5015, 5018, 5020, 5050, 60000, 60001, 60005, 60009, 60014, 60015, 60018, 60020, 60050 - ports 5002 - 5007, 60002 - 60007 - ports 5002 - 5007, 60002 - 60007 The "148" server farm is exactly the same except the ip addresses. - ports 5000, 5001, 5005, 5009, 5014, 5015, 5018, 5020, 5050, 60000, 60001, 60005, 60009, 60014, 60015, 60018, 60020, 60050 - ports 5002 - 5007, 60002 - 60007 - ports 5002 - 5007, 60002 - 60007


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