Monday, 28 April 2014

How to find Your Router's IP Address in Windows

This post explains how to find the IP address of your wireless or wired router.  In my case, this takes place on Windows 7, but it will also for for Windows XP, Windows Vista, etc.

Step 1 - Command Prompt

From the start menu, run the application Command Prompt or just search for "cmd"



Step 2 - Ipconfig

Type the following code and press enter.
ipconfig

Write down the default gateway IP address.  In my case below, I am connecting over WLAN (wireless) and my router default gateway address is 192.168.10.1



Step 3 - Browser


Launch your favourite browser and type the router (gateway) IP in the address bar and hit Enter.
192.168.10.1

You are now at your router's landing page and ready to configure.  Your router might need a password (usually "admin" / "admin")

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