How to Find My Default Router Number

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The router on your local area network is assigned a default IP address (series of numbers that uniquely identifies it on the network). This address is generally 192.168.1.1 or something similar, within the 192.168 address range. You can find out exactly what your router's default IP address (also called the default gateway) is by running a command in the command line.

  • Click on the "Start" button.

  • Open the "Run" program.

  • Type "cmd" into the Run window and then press the "Enter" key.

  • Type "ipconfig /all" and press the "Enter" key.

  • Look for the "Default Gateway" label in the return information. The default IP address of the router is next to this label.

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