How to Find a Routers IP Address?

How to Find a Routers IP Address?

There are three ways to find a routers IP address:

  1. By Using Command Prompt
  2. By Using Web Browser
  3. By using a Physical Router

By Using Command Prompt

How to Find a Routers IP Address

Here are the steps to follow in order to find your router’s IP address using Command Prompt:

1. Open the Command Prompt program.

2. Type in “ipconfig” and hit Enter.

3. Look for the line that says “Default Gateway.” The IP address next to it is your router’s IP address.

By Using Web Browser

If you’re looking to find a router’s IP address, the process is usually pretty simple. In most cases, you can just look up the default gateway for your network connection. This will typically be something like or However, if you can’t find the default gateway, there are a few other ways you can go about finding your router’s IP address.

By using a Physical Router

Every router has a sticker on it that contains all of the necessary information, including the IP address. To find your router’s IP address, simply look at the sticker on the back or bottom of the router. The IP address will be listed as either the “Default Gateway” or “Router.”

So these are the three ways by which you can find your router’s IP address.

Jaspreet Singh
Jaspreet Singh

Hey! I'm Jaspreet Singh and I completed a degree in Bachelor of Computer Applications. I have 7+ years of experience in the Network & Security Domain as well as the Cloud Infra Domain. So I love to explore my technical knowledge with you.

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