Tips and Tricks to Find the IP address of Router

All routers are configured with a web browser and also have a web- based interface. As you know while some routers can be typically intercepts domain name server queries and it can be accessed by their IP address. For accessing to the routers it requires username and password but to satisfy its need you need to have their IP address. Basically, IP address consists of four numbers separated by periods. The IP address uses by home address is start with 192.168. On the other hand IP address of router is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1.

Once a network has been set up, each and every computing device available on that particular network get familiar with the IP address of the router. Various terminology can easily get in the way to secret handshake

Apple devices refer router as “Router” whereas Windows refers to it as the “Default Gateway“, this term has taken from TCP/IP. Chrome OS refers to the router as “Gateway” and for Android it is necessary to install an app to know the IP address of the router.Roblox Hack Free Robux

Some Wi-Fi tips and tools:

Windows:

If you are a Windows user you have to first open the command prompt and type “ipconfig”. Using this word you can see the default gateway. On Windows 7 the output will look like this:

First Windows IP Configuration is given, Ethernet adapter Local Area Network Connection, Connection specific DNS suffix:

IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.5.29

Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0

Default Gateway . . . . . . . . : 192.168.5.1

iOS:

On both iOS 9 (also tested with 9.2) and iOS 8 (tested with 8.1.2 and 8.4.1 as well), at first step go to settings, then click on Wi-Fi, then you have to click on the name of the wireless network that you are connected to. In the DHCP section you can easily find the IP address of the router which is identified as “Router”.

OS X:

In Snow Leopard to get the IP address of the router by following method, first go to Network preferences, in second step: click on the Advanced button, then on the TCP/IP tab. As with iOS, the router is identified as “Router” and from there you can get the IP address.

In Yosemite, go to terminal command, after that you have to run the command with Go, click on utilities option, click on terminal, then enter:  netstat -nr | grep default

You can get output like: Default 192.168.3.1   UGSc   317    2    en0.