How to Find Your Router's IP Address

To find your router's IP address, follow these steps for different operating systems:

Windows OS

  1. Press the Windows Start button or click the Start menu.
  2. Type cmd.exe in the Start menu search box, right-click on it, and select "Run as Administrator".
  3. In the command prompt window, type ipconfig /all and press Enter. Look for "Default Gateway".
  4. For a quicker lookup, type ipconfig | findstr /i "Default".


  1. Launch the Terminal application from the Launcher.
  2. Type netstat -nr to see all network details, or netstat -nr | grep default to find the router address directly.


  1. Type ip route in a terminal.
  2. For a specific search, type ip route | grep default.