To configure and edit the existing settings of your router, you need to first log in to it. To do that, you must know its IP address. You can review your default router IP address here. Your average IP address will contain four numbers separated by full stops (period marks). Routers usually have IP addresses such as 10.0.0.1. The method for finding your router’s IP address will change, based on your device or computer. The following steps will help you find your IP address on your corresponding software.
Your router’s IP address is the default gateway in your network connection information on Windows. If you prefer using the Command Prompt, you can find the default gateway for any connection quickly by using the ipconfig command.
If you prefer, you can also find the default gateway address through the graphic interface. First, open the Control Panel. Just click Start, type Control Panel, and then hit Enter.
In the Network and Internet category, click the View network status and tasks link.
In the upper right corner of the Network and Sharing Center window, click the name of your network connection.
In the Ethernet Status window, click the Details button.
In the Network Connection Details window, you’ll find your router’s IP address listed as IPv4 Default Gateway.