One of the most critical parts of the troubleshooting process is testing the solution. If the solution involves some type of major change or fundamental modification to the network infrastructure or design, the recommendation is to test the solution in an isolated prototype environment first.
If possible, as a best-case scenario, you should have an exact mirror of the network topology, or at least try to get as close to this as possible. This could mean trying to create a subset of the network infrastructure on which the solution can be tested. For example, the solution might involve applying . . .
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