What is the default IP address of my router ?
It is often useful to quickly find the IP address of the router/gateway of a local network to be able to connect to it for configuring/troubleshooting issues.
The easiest way is to connect to the local network, and use command prompt (Start -> Run -> search for: cmd). Type the following in command prompt: ipconfig
This will output information about your local network, including your IP address. Look for a line that shows the "Default Gateway". The Default Gateway is in fact the router, or wireless access point you are currently connected to. It usually has an IP address in the 192.168.x.x, or 10.0.x.x range.
Below is a list of common router manufacturers, and their routers' Default IP Addresses:
Manufacturer Default IP Addresses
Common default usernames include: admin (or variations: Admin, administrator, etc.), and common default password is often admin, password, or simply left blank.
For a complete list of 3000+ routers with their default IPs and admin passwords, please refer to our broadband routers database.