Do you know the IP Address of your Router or where to find it? You will find below the steps to Find Router IP Address in Windows 10.
Find Router IP Address in Windows 10
The Router which connects you to the Internet has its own unique IP Address written in the form of four sets of numbers, separated by periods (For example 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1.)
However, most internet users do not remember or bother to check the IP Address of Routers, until they are required to.
In order to Login to Router, you need to know its IP Address and people generally login to Router to update Router Software, Change Router Security Settings or to setup parental controls.
Where To Find Router IP Address?
An easy way to find the IP Address of Router would be to look into the Instruction Manual that came with the Router. You may also find the Default Router IP Address printed on a sticker/label attached to the back of your Router.
Another way to find Router IP Address would be to head over to the website of the manufacturer of your Router. Most makers of Routers like D-link, Linksys and others list the Default Router IP Address on their websites.
However, you won’t be able to use these methods if the Router IP Address has been changed by your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or by someone with access to your Router.
In such a case, you can find Router IP Address on your computer using steps as provided below.
Steps to Find Router IP Address in Windows 10
Follow the steps below to find Router IP address in Windows 10.
1. Open Settings by clicking on Start > Settings Icon.
2. On the Settings screen, click on the Network and Internet option.
3. On the Network & Internet screen, click on Status in the left pane, scroll down in the right pane and click on View Your Network Properties link.
4. On the next screen, scroll down to details of your active network (Ethernet or Wireless) and you will see the IP Address of your Router listed next to “Default gateway:”.
Once you know the Router IP Address, you will be able to Login to your Router by typing the Router IP address in Chrome or any other web browser.