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Routers that use link-state protocols require more
memory and process more data than routers that use distance vector routing protocols
Link-state routers need enough memory to hold all of the information from the various
databases, the topology tree, and the routing table
Initial link-state packet flooding consumes
bandwidth
In the initial discovery process, all routers that use link-state routing protocols send LSA packets to all other routers. This action
floods the internetwork and temporarily reduces the bandwidth available for routed traffic that carries user data.
After the initial flooding, link-state routing protocols generally require
minimal bandwidth to send infrequent or event-triggered LSA packets