A network administrator wants to plan a major OS upgrade of the router, which acts as a default gateway in an organization. The administrator has documented the purpose of the change, scoped the change, and completed a comprehensive risk analysis.
Which of the following is an important part of the change request process for which the administrator still must plan?
- Inform management regarding the anticipated amount of downtime
- Document a backout plan to roll back changes to the router
- Configure a redundant data path to eliminate downtime
- Make the downtime window larger than actually anticipated