Access Default Gateway
Gateway is a device which connects local business or enterprise network to external networks. It is responsible for parsing and routing packets coming in and out of the network and sending them to correct recipients. Usually it is quite easy to find your gateway address by either consulting with your router manual or technician. But if you cannot do this and need to know your router IP address then instructions below might be helpful.
Below are instructions on how to find your gateway IP address for Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
- Launch "Command Prompt"
"ipconfig /all"and press Enter
- Look for a line which starts with "Default Gateway". IP address of your default gateway will be in this line.
- Open internet browser of your preference. Type IP address of your default gateway into the router address bar and press Enter.
- You should see your Gateway Login UI
- Open Terminal
ip route|grep default
- In the output look for the "default via" phrase. IP address of your default gateway will follow after it.
- Launch Mac OS "Terminal"
nestat -nr|grep default
- Look for "default" word. IP address of your default gateway will follow it.
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- Remote Copy on Mac OS
- Networking tools on Windows OS
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Default IP Addresses: