Default IP addresses for your routers are given below. Once you know your router IP address from IP Address List, then put it into your address bar. Then you’ll be required for your router’s username and password. If you are still facing issues, then kindly visit this article to know how to get a router’s IP address. The term default IP address refers to a gateway through which you are connected and are trying to log in. It is required for any of the enterprise or home networks. You can quickly get access to the control panel of your router when you type your router IP address into the address bar of your web browser. The router makers generally use 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1. However, there are several varieties, as well.
How to Find your Router IP Address?
Follow the steps to find out your routers default IP address. ✍️ Press Window + R and write cmd command and hit enter. ✍️ Enter the command ‘ipconfig’. This command can display the default configuration and IP settings of the system along with the connected router. ✍️ Above screenshot shows that the router is locally connected with the default router IP address as 192.168.29.1 using wireless router via a Wi-Fi network. Thus we can know our default IP address of the router in just three simple steps, as explained above.
Find the IP address of your router using another ways:
Follow Follow the steps to find out your routers default IP address. 🔍 Get your router default IP address marked at the bottom of the hardware of the router. If not labeled, then get it from the manual documentation of your router. 🔍 If the internet service provider equips you with the router, then he will guide you to the login procedure with IP address and login credentials. To know about your router username and password click here Know more about IP from the wiki.