Well see if you can get a demo/trial.
You know what a L2 nasdaq screen looks loke in comparision to a uk supposed L2 screen.
but Dax future L2 screen will probably be no more than a market depth screen.
when u said L2 in Dax that was the first i have heard about it as well- I think the nearest thing u can get , is like usay the volume- unfortunately not many people here trade the dax here by the looks of it, so not too sure how much info u will get.
Sudden volumes on a tick chart ( around 100/200 contracts), could prove short term supp/resis- but that is only general info............
Dax trades on Eurex, the Exchange publish the best 10 bids/offers and associated volumes...It's up to your broker whether they distribute this information to you and given bandwidth considerations many just limit you to best bid/offer. As an anonymous Exchange you won't get any other information (like counterparty) so using a cash equity terms like Level 2 is perhaps a little misleading.... Many Futures scalpers and spreaders use the Depth to help them see where size is building up - to counter that there are many (large) traders who will 'spoof' the market by showing large bids and offers with the knowledge it can be seen and may influence others. Another major advantage of being able to see the Depth is to take advantage of the Exchange matching systems - Eurex is First in First Out - if you're 'first' on a 3000.0 bid, your buy will match as soon as anything trades at that price...... if you're behind 250 lots, that has to trade before you get your fill, using the depth you can see where there are 'gaps' in the order book where you can get this advantage. In short, pro's do use the Depth of Market, but the only people who really allow it to influence their trading decisions are the short-term scalpers and spreaders who trade every few seconds/minutes.