Quick Lookup of Router IP Address

If you don’t know your router IP address you can use simple step-by-step guides below to find it.


  1. Click on the Start button
  2. In the search field which will appear type “cmd” or “command prompt”. Select “Command” entry from the list.
  3. Black command prompt window will appear.
  4. Type “ipconfig /all” in it and press Enter.
  5. This command will output text about your current network configuration. Look for a line with “Default Gateway”. It will have your router IP address.

Mac OS

  1. Open Launchpad
  2. Type “terminal” in the search bar
  3. Terminal window will open. Type “netstat -nr | grep default” into it and press enter.
  4. You will see IP address of your router next to the “default” text

Linux and Unix

  1. Open Terminal
  2. Type “ip route | grep default” and press Enter.
  3. Your router IP will be right after “default” word.


  1. Open Settings
  2. Tap on Wi-Fi
  3. Tap on your current Wi-Fi connection.
  4. Your router IP is in “Router” line.