WHAT IS MY IP ADDRESS FOR MY ROUTER

The common home networks make use of the IP addresses that begin with ‘192.168’. Most of the routers have an IP address such as 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1. If the router is to be set up and installed by an Internet Service Provider, they will know both the IP address and the password.

  • Step 1:On the desktop, click the Start menu and then click the Settings icon.
  • Step 2:Now, select Network & Internet.
  • Step 3:Click the Network and Sharing Center option.
  • Step 4:Click Ethernet if you are connected via an Ethernet cable.
  • Step 5:Select Wi-Fi if you are connected wirelessly.
  • Step 6:A new window opens, click the Details button.
  • Step 7:The address next to “IPv4 Default Gateway is your router’s IP address.
  • Step 8:If you are using a Mac computer, do the steps below.
  • Step 9:Click the Apple menu and choose System Preferences.
  • Step 10:Select the Network icon and click Advanced.
  • Step 12:Go to the TCP/IP section and look for the address next to “Router.”