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Trading Desk

By maxpowers410 ·
Hi guys. Im getting into forex trading and want to set up a decent trading desk. Maybe someone has some experience or ideas?
Im thinking of getting a router with 2 WAN Ports and a UMTS Card slot. I would have ADSL and ISDN, and if all that where to fall out it would auto switch to UMTS.

Now PC HW. We want 2 computers running/mirroring constantly. If one dies the we should be able to continue working on the other straight away.
Im not sure how I should do this, I WAS thinking of setting up a small server rack with 2 or 3 old servers in it, and Ubuntu, XEN and Ganeti, then just run 2 VMWares running and access them with some sort of a thin client...

Would appreciate any ideas on all of this!!

Thanks a mil guys!

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Would REALY appreciate a reply

by maxpowers410 In reply to Trading Desk

Hey guys, I would really appreciate some help before I go off spending loads of money! :)

Thankenyou!

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by CharlieSpencer In reply to Would REALY appreciate a ...

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thanks

by maxpowers410 In reply to Repost as 'Question'

thanks for the tip!

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