How to Find My Router IP Address


You need to know your Router IP Address to login to Router Admin Control Panel. If you've forgotten your Router IP address or you just don't know what it is, here is a quick guide to help you find out your Router IP address.
Router Login IP Addresses.

Find My Router IP Address in Windows

  1. Your router's IP address is the "Default Gateway" in your network connection information on Windows. If you prefer using the Command Prompt, you can find the default gateway for any connection quickly by using the ipconfig command.
    ipconfig router ip address
    As the example above, 10.0.0.1 is my Router IP address.
  2. Another way, you can also find the default gateway address through the graphic interface. First, open the Control Panel. Just click Start, type "control panel" and then hit Enter.
    control panel
    In the "Network and Internet" category, click the "View network status and tasks" link.
    network status and tasks
    In the upper right corner of the "Network and Sharing Center" window, click the name of your network connection.
    Network and Sharing Center
    In the "Ethernet Status" window, click the "Details" button.
    Ethernet Status
    In the "Network Connection Details" window, you'll find your router's IP address listed as "IPv4 Default Gateway".
    Network Connection Details
    As the example above, 10.0.0.1 is my Router IP Address.

Find My Router IP Address in Mac OS

  1. Click the "Apple" menu on the bar at the top of your screen and select "System Preferences". In the "System Preferences" window, click the "Network" icon
    System Preferences Network
    Select your network connection - for example, a Wi-Fi or wired connection, and then click the "Advanced" button at the bottom of the screen.
    Advanced
    In the "Network" window, select the "TCP/IP" tab. You'll see your router IP address listed simply as "Router".
    Network
    As the example above, 192.168.29.1 is my Router IP Address.

Find My Router IP Address on the iPhone and iPad

  1. On an iPhone or iPad, just head to Settings > Wi-Fi, and then tap the name of your Wi-Fi network. You'll see the router's IP address listed as "Router".
    Settings Wifi
    As the example above, 192.168.29.1 is my Router IP Address.

Find My Router IP Address in Android

Android doesn't provide a way to view network connection information out of the box. But many third-party Android apps will show this information for you, including Wi-FI Analyzer. If you have another network information app, just look for the "Gateway" IP address.

  1. Open Wi-Fi Analyzer, tap the "View" menu, and then select "AP list". At the top of this screen, you'll see a "Connected to: [Network Name]" header. Tap that and a window will appear with more information about your network. You'll find the router's address listed as "Gateway".
    Connected to: [Network Name]
    As the example above, 192.168.29.1 is my Router IP Address.

Find My Router IP Address in Chrome OS

  1. If you're using a Chromebook, click the notification area at right side of your taskbar, click the "Connected to [Network Name]" option in the list that pops up, and then click the name of the wireless network you're connected to. When the network information appears, click the "Network" tab and you'll see the router's address listed as "Gateway".
    Chrome OS Gateway
    As the example above, 192.168.29.1 is my Router IP Address.

Find My Router IP Address in Linux

  1. Most Linux desktops have a network icon in their notification area. Click this network icon and then select "Connection Information" - or something similar. Look for the IP address displayed next to "Default Route" or "Gateway".
    Linux Gateway
    As the example above, 10.0.2.2 is my Router IP Address.

You also can find your default Router Login IP address for your router brand by looking up in our database about Router Login IP addresses there.