How to Find Your Router's IP Address


This wikiHow will teach you how to find your WiFi router's IP address on both Windows 10 and macOS. You'll need to know the IP address of your router to access its configuration page to adjust and view its settings.

Part 1
On Windows

On Windows on How to Find Your Router's IP Address

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Click the windows logo in the bottom-right of the screen to open the Start Menu.

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It's the gear icon in the left-side column of the Start Menu. This opens the Settings menu.

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It's the third option on the page.

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It's at the bottom of the page below "Network troubleshooter".

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" This number is the IP address of your router. You can type the IP address into a web browser to access your router's settings. Consult the manufacturer's website if you don't know the login information for your router.

Part 2
On Mac

On Mac on How to Find Your Router's IP Address

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It's the apple icon in the top-left of the menu bar. This opens a drop-down menu.

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It's the second option in the drop-down menu.

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It's the icon of a dark blue sphere with lines crossing across it.

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It's at the bottom of the right pane. If you don't see this option, make sure you click your current network connection on the left-side first.

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It's in the bar at the top of the window. Your router IP will be displayed next to "Router".