I'm not sure what you mean by "the software side" but assuming you mean configurations, it all depends on your ISP. If your ISP is giving you your IP settings, "address,subnet mask,default gateway, and DNS servers" automatically using DHCP then you don't really have to do anything, in a simple setup you can just plug it in. Otherwise, if they sent a sheet with those as fixed values for you to configure then you'll just have to enter them in the router.
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