Successful implementation of the pilot or prototype network might have already concluded work on the design. However, implementation is the designed network's first actual test. Even if a pilot or prototype network was used as a proof of concept, only the actual implementation reveals any design weaknesses. The design's final confirmation is the full, live network implementation. As part of the implementation phase, the designer assists with the design verification and takes remedial actions, if necessary.
The design document should include a list of checks to be performed both during the pilot or prototype phase and during the implementation, to ensure that the network is functioning as required.
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