Find Router IP Address

192.168.1.254 and 192.168.0.1 are set as the default IP address on most routers and modems. However, if you cannot connect to your device using this IP address, your device may have been assigned a different IP address. In this case, you need to use a different method to find your device’s IP address. This method differs according to the trading system you use. You can easily find the default IP address of your router by selecting the one that matches your operating system from the list below and following the steps.

Windows

If you are a Windows user, the things you need to do are very few and easy. You can find your router IP address in Windows by following the steps below:

  1. Click on Windows Start Menu.
  2. In the search box, type Command Prompt or cmd.
  3. In the Command Prompt application, type ipconfig in the box and press Enter.
  4. The Default Gateway section represents the default IP address of your device.

macOS

If you are a macOS user, the actions you need to do are similar to Windows. You can find your router IP address in macOS by following the steps below:

  1. Follow Apple Menu > System Preferences > Network.
  2. Find your current internet connection.
  3. Click on the Advanced button.
  4. You can see your device’s default IP address in the TCP/IP tab.

Android

If you are an Android user, there are several methods you can apply.

  1. Open the Wi-Fi section in the Settings menu.
  2. Click Manage Network Settings.
  3. Click Show Advanced Options.
  4. Select Static from the IP Settings list.
  5. In the Gateway section, you can see the default IP address of your router.

You can also easily find your device’s default gateway using third party apps. In this regard, you can use applications such as Wi-Fi Analyzer.

iOS

If you are an iOS device user, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Click Wi-Fi from the Settings menu.
  2. Find your current internet connection.
  3. Click the Static tab.
  4. In this tab you can see the IP address of your router.

Linux

If you are a Linux user, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Follow Applications > System Tool > Terminal.
  2. Run “ip r | grep default” or “route -n” in the terminal application.
  3. The Gateway section represents your default router IP address.

Recover Username and Password

If you have forgotten the username and password required to access the admin panel of your router or modem, there are a few things you can do:

Default Username and Password

Many people do not know the default username and password of their router. Login information becomes necessary only when needed. You don’t need to know your default username and password by heart, because finding them is extremely easy. For this, you can take a look at the user manual that came with your device. If you can’t find the user manual, check the label on the back of your device. You will surely find your default username and password in one of them. If these methods did not work, you can take a look at our default username and password list for the routers we have prepared for you.

Perform a Factory Reset

If you have changed your password before and you cannot remember it now, you can fix this problem only by resetting your device to factory settings. All information will be reset when you reset your router. This way, you can log in using the default username and password. To factory reset your device, follow these steps:

  1. Find an small and thin object like a needle or toothpick.
  2. Locate the RESET button on the back of your device.
  3. Hold down the reset button for a few seconds with the needle or toothpick.
  4. Release when your device lights start flashing.
  5. After about 1 minute, your device will be reset and restarted.
  6. You can now log in to the admin panel using the default username and password.