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If I have a hardware conf bridge with a dsp farm of 2 callers at a time. If a third caller joins will that dsp farm borrow resources from another dsp farm or just not let the caller in. The reason I ask is I have a pvdm3 64 that has one dsp farm. I want that to be able to have 64 callers at a time but also be able to have a number of smaller separate conferences if needed.  I don't want it to be only up to  64 callers or nothing.
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a single DSP farm on a PVDM3 64 will allow you to have a single conference of up to 64 participants or it can be broken up into multiple conferences of varying sizes until the max number of supported channels is reached.  Which on a PVDM3 64 is 64 channels.   It isn't an all or nothing scenario.  

This Cisco doc may help you to understand a little bit of the capabilities of the PVDM3 DSP module.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/interfaces-modules/voice-modules-interface-cards/qa_c67_553073.html
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