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Guest Tom

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Iam having a problem with not being able to connect to the level 2 dealer.

I have downloaded the prerequisite then the dealer itself but when i go to log in it says there is a connection problem and it closes.

Do i need a seperate set of log in details or the same as my platform details any help would be great.

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Guest chris

I'm actually having the same issued it keeps saying connection terminated when I log  on in L2 dealer app on my laptop. its the 1st time I have tried to use it. just did the pre-requisite today and then downloaded the L2 app.

 

Any advice guys?

I have live feeds enabled on the setting on IG

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