Default Router IP Addresses – How To Find Your Router IP Address In Seconds

Don’t worry, finding the router IP address is not complicated at all.

Do you need to access your router settings or configure other devices that are connected to your router? Then you need to know your router’s IP address. 

Don’t worry, finding the router IP address is not complicated at all.

 

What’s an IP address?

 

An IP address (Internet Protocol address) is assigned to each device connected to a network. Like the street address for your home, the IP address helps to identifies network computers. It allows the device to communicate with other devices over an IP-based network like the internet. (source)

An IP address is formatted as a series of four values separated by periods: 192.168.0.1

A public IP address – In most cases, your device get a new IP address each time it connects to the internet.

A local IP address – Assigned by your router to every device connected to it. The local IP address does work only within your local network and is not revealed the internet.

 

How To Find Your Router IP Address On Windows

  • Select the Start button.
  • Type cmd
  • Click or tap Command Prompt from the list.
  • Type ipconfig
  • Your router’s IP address is next to Default Gateway

 

How to find your router’s IP address on Mac

  • From the Apple menu, open the System Preferences
  • Next, click on Network References
  • Select Wi-Fi (for wired connection click LAN), and then click Advanced > TCP/IP
  • The IP address will appear next to “Router”.

 

A List of Common Default Router IP Addresses

 

We listed the best methods to see your router’s IP address above, but if you have any issues, here is a short list of popular brands of routers and their default router IP addresses.

  • 2Wire – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 10.0.0.138
  • 3Com – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.1.10.1
  • Actiontec – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.254.254
  • Airlink – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.2.1
  • Airlive – 192.168.2.1
  • Airties – 192.168.2.1
  • Apple – 10.0.1.1
  • Amped Wireless – 192.168.3.1
  • Asus – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 10.10.1.1
  • Aztech – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.254.254
  • Belkin – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 10.0.0.2 / 10.1.1.1
  • Billion – 192.168.1.254 / 10.0.0.2
  • Buffalo – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.11.1
  • Dell – 192.168.1.1
  • Cisco – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.30 / 192.168.0.50 / 10.0.0.1 / 10.0.0.2
  • D-Link – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.0.10 / 192.168.0.101 / 192.168.0.30 / 192.168.0.50 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.15.1 / 192.168.254.254 / 10.0.0.1 / 10.0.0.2
    10.1.1.1 / 10.90.90.90
  • Edimax – 192.168.2.1
  • Eminent – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.8.1
  • Gigabyte – 192.168.1.254
  • Hawking – 192.168.1.200 / 192.168.1.254
  • Huawei – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.3.1 / 192.168.8.1 / 192.168.100.1 / 10.0.0.138
  • LevelOne – 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.123.254
  • Linksys – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.10 / 192.168.1.210 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.1.99 / 192.168.15.1 / 192.168.16.1 / 192.168.2.1
  • Microsoft – 192.168.2.1
  • Motorola – 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.10.1 / 192.168.15.1 / 192.168.20.1 / 192.168.30.1 / 192.168.62.1 / 192.168.100.1 / 192.168.102.1 / 192.168.1.254
  • MSI – 192.168.1.254
  • Netgear – 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.0.227
  • NetComm – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.10.50 / 192.168.20.1 / 10.0.0.138
  • Netopia – 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.254
  • Planet – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.254
  • Repotec – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.10.1 / 192.168.16.1 / 192.168.123.254
  • Senao – 192.168.0.1
  • Siemens – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.254.254 / 10.0.0.138 / 10.0.0.2
  • Sitecom – 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.123.254 / 10.0.0.1
  • SMC Networks – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 10.0.0.1 / 10.1.10.1
  • Sonicwall – 192.168.0.3 / 192.168.168.168
  • SpeedTouch – 10.0.0.138 / 192.168.1.254
  • Sweex – 192.168.15.1 / 192.168.50.1 / 192.168.55.1 / 192.168.251.1
  • Tenda – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1
  • Thomson – 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.100.1
  • TP-Link – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.0.254
  • Trendnet – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.0.30 / 192.168.0.100 / 192.168.1.100 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.10.1 / 192.168.10.10 / 192.168.10.100 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.223.100 / 200.200.200.5
  • U.S. Robotics – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.123.254
  • Zoom – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.4.1 / 192.168.10.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 10.0.0.2 / 10.0.0.138
  • ZTE – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.100.100 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.2.254
  • Zyxel – 192.168.1.1 / 192.168.0.1 / 192.168.2.1 / 192.168.4.1 / 192.168.10.1 / 192.168.1.254 / 192.168.254.254 / 10.0.0.2 / 10.0.0.138

 

If you cannot see your router brand in our list, check out RouterIPAddress.com and SetupRouter.com. And if you are looking for default usernames and passwords, use RouterPasswords.com and PortForward.com.

 

How to Change Your Wi-Fi Network’s Name and Password

 

How To Find Your Router IP Address On Windows and iOS

 

Why should you change your default Wi-Fi network´s name and password? Because a compromised router can spy on you. Most gateway routers used by home customers are probably not secure, and some routers are so vulnerable to attack that they should be thrown out.

Routes are the essential part of modern computer networking, but only a few home users realize they are also computers, with their own operating system, software, and problems.

Do you know that many people don’t change the password they get from the internet provider? 

We want to help you with this step. It is an easy step into your home security, yet incredibly important. 

As we already explained that home broadband routers have two IP addresses – one for connecting outside to the internet and one for communicating inside the home network. Your internet provider supplies a public IP address for the outside connection. The private IP address used for the local network is operated by the home network admin and has a default setting which is depending on the brand and model of router.

Internet providers supply a public IP address for the outside connection; the number assigned depends fully on the provider and has no one default value. The private IP address used for local networking is controlled by the home network administrator and has default settings depending on the brand and model of router.

If you want to change the password for your home network, you should know the model and brand of the modem. All the information are on the device or in the manual. Just type the router info in the browser and the manufacturer will show you the default local IP address, also called default gateway address.

Easy? Yes, it is.

Now, you have all you need to change the network name and password.

The next step is the change of the username and password in the router’s browser interface because the default should be changed. Common usernames include variations of admin, administrator, and the password is often admin, password, or simply left blank. It is good practice to change these.

 

 

Sometimes you have a bad day.

You typing the combinations of 192.168.x.x. but it doesn’t work.

We all have been there.

When that happens, you can find the information with a simple command on Windows. Open the command prompt (Start > Search for cmd) and then enter this simple command – ipconfig. The address you need to know is in the line called Default Gateway — it will often begin with 192.168.

This is the best method to see your router’s IP address, but if you have some issues to find the address, use the list of common default IP addresses we show you in this article.

 

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