How to Find Router’s IP Address on Windows ?

How to Find Router’s IP Address or Gateway IP on Windows to Login Router?

Here are two ways to Find Router’s IP Address or Gateway IP on Windows to Login Router.

First way from Control Panel.

You can follow these 6 steps to find Router’s IP so that you can Login to Router.

Step 1: Click on Start on the bottom Left of your Screen.

Step 2: Type Control Panel and Press Enter Key on your Keyboard.

Step 3:  Find Network and security Center and Click on It.

Step 4: Click on Network Connections you can see Ethernet connection (United Squad 5g). you Might also see WiFi on your computer if connected through Wifi so click on any of them you will see same screen on your computer.

Step 5: Click on Details.

Step 6: Here you can see IPv4 Default Gateway 192.168.1.1 this is your Router’s IP Address. By typing this IP you can Login to your router.

How to find Router’s IP using Command Prompt on windows?

Here is the second way to find Router’s IP Address which I personally finds very easy using command prompt. Follow four below steps to find Router’s IP.

Step 1: Press Windows Key + R to open Run.

Step 2: Type CMD to open Command Prompt and Press Enter Key on your Keyboard.

Step 3: Type Ipconfig and Press Enter.

Step 4: Here you can see Default Gateway 192.168.1.1. this is your Router’s Ip to Login to your Router.

So in these ways you can find Routers IP Address on windows.

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