How to Find an Ip Address of Router

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October 11, 2009 at 21:51:06
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I have a simple question.

How do you find an ip address of a wireless router?


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October 11, 2009 at 22:59:40
Hi there,

If you're connected to the router at the moment, what you will want to do is open command prompt by going to:

start=>run=>type cmd=>press enter

Then in command prompt, you would want to type "ipconfig /all" without the quotations and press enter. This will list all your network adapters along with useful network information about each adapter. Look in the section under your wireless adapter ( scrolling a bit might be necessary if a lot of information is displayed ), then you should see a property called "Default Gateway". Along the line of "Default Gateway" is your router's IP address that you're are currently connected to.

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October 12, 2009 at 19:34:27
You could also go to and it will tell you there.

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October 12, 2009 at 22:48:08
If you go to, it will show you the IP Address that your internet modem has provided for you upon connecting you to the internet. It's your "External IP" address. What you asked for is your router's IP Address which allows you to view and configure your router by accessing it's IP Address through a web browser.

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