Checking the router's IP address using a computer with Windows operating system

Checking the router’s IP address is the first step in accessing your router's web-based setup page. This will also determine if your router and computer are communicating with each other. Make sure your computer is connected wired or wirelessly to your router.
 
This article will guide you on how to check your router’s IP address using a computer with Windows
® operating systems.
 

Windows 11
Windows 10
 

Windows 11

There are two ways to check your router's IP address on your Windows 11 computer. Click the links below to know how: 

Command Prompt
Settings

Command Prompt
 
1. Click the Windows start button on the bottom left.
 
2. Type in "cmd" to display the Command Prompt App.
 
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3. On the Command Prompt window, type in ipconfig and press [Enter].
 
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The numbers indicated on the Default Gateway is your router's IP address.
 
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1. Click the Windows start button on the bottom left.
 
2. Type in "settings" to display the Settings App.
 
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3. Click on Network & internet.
 
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4. Click on Advanced network settings.

5. Scroll Down then click on More network adapter options
 
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6. Right-click on Wi-Fi then click on Status.
 
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If your computer is connected wired to the router, right-click on Ethernet instead then click on Status.

7. Click on the Details... option.
 
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The numbers shown on the IPv4 Default Gateway is your router’s IP address.
 
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Windows 10
 
There are two ways to check your router's IP address on your Windows 10 computer. Click on the links below to know how:


Command Prompt
Settings
 
Command Prompt
 
1. Click the Windows start button on the bottom left.

2. Type in "cmd" to display the Command Prompt App.
 
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3. On the Command Prompt window, type in ipconfig and press [Enter].
 
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The numbers shown on the Default Gateway is your router's IP address.
 
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1. Click the Windows start button on the bottom left.

2. Type in "settings" to display the Settings App.
 
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3. Click on Network & Internet.
 
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4. Under Advance network settings click on Network and Sharing Center.
 
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5. Look for Connections then click on your network name.
 
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6. Click on the Details... option.
 
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The numbers shown on the IPv4 Default Gateway is your router’s IP address.
 
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