the main LAN i support is multi homed and all we have is a set of BGP default routes with different AS Path metrics. The full table consumes something like 25M of DRAM alone and cisco reccommend a minimum of 64M i think. Why bother when you can use static routes or BGP default routes ? I think the only scenario to need the complete table is if you maintain a transit AS.
If you are dual homed to two (or more) ISP's and wish to achieve optimal outbound routing it is beneficial to take full Internet routes from the ISPs, you can then select your outbound path based on the shortest AS Path. If you only take partial or default routes you are more likely to take a sub-optimal path.
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