How to find your router IP address
If you want to access your router settings or configure devices connected to your router, you will need to know your router’s IP address.
How to find your router’s IP address (default gateway) on Windows
Start your command prompt
Your router’s IP address is listed next to Default Gateway
How to find your router’s IP address on Mac
Launch System Preferences
Go to Network > Advanced
Under TCP/IP, your router’s IP address is listed next to Router
What’s an IP address?
An IP address identifies each computer or device that is connected to a network. The network can be the internet itself or a smaller local network.
A public IP address is your device’s IP address on the wider internet. In most cases, your device will be assigned a new IP address each time it connects to the internet. There are many online tools that help you find your public IP.
A local IP address is assigned by your router to every device connected to it, including itself. This local IP address is not revealed to the wider internet and only works within your local network. Most routers assign IP addresses starting with 192.168.XXX.XXX. The steps above show you how to find your router’s local IP address.
List of default router IPs
Looking for Netgear router login IP? Want to find your Asus router IP address? Here’s a list of the default router IPs for some of the most popular router brands.
Apple router IPs
Asus router IPs
Belkin router IPs
Dell router IPs
Cisco router IPs
D-Link router IPs
Huawei router IPs
Linksys router IPs
Microsoft router IPs
Netgear router IPs
TP-Link router IPs
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