Windows users can find their router IP using Command Prompt.
- Press the Windows Key + R to open the Run window.
cmdand press enter.
- When Command Prompt opens, type
ipconfigand press enter.
- The router IP address will be listed next to Default gateway.
If you need further guidance, check out our full guide on finding your IP Address in Windows 10.
Mac users can find their router IP under Network System Preferences.
- Navigate to System Preferences > Network.
- Select the network interface you're using to connect to the router (Wi-Fi vs. Ethernet, etc).
- Select Advanced in the bottom right.
- Under the TCP/IP tab, the router IP address is listed next to Router.
Linux users on common distributions, like Ubuntu or Manjaro, can find their router IP address through the Terminal application.
- Launch the Terminal application.
ip route listin the windows, and press Enter.
- The router IP address will appear next to Default via under the respective network interface.
Some ISPs have a default IP address that can be used. If you haven't changed your router IP address, the default IP address may work.
|Cox Internet||Address Varies; Full list here|
|Altice Optimum Online||https://www.optimum.net|
|Frontier Internet||Address Varies; Full list here|
|TP Link||Address Varies; Full list here|
There are many factors that can affect your Wi-Fi speed, and unfortunately there isn't one single remedy for all situations.