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How to Find Your Router’s IP Address on Windows (And Access Your Router’s Admin Panel)

By Novak Bozovic / February 12, 2021

Accessing your router comes with numerous benefits. For example, you can easily change the name or the password of your Internet connection, as well as fine-tune it according to your needs. However, you need to know the IP address of your router first. That’s why we will teach you how to find your router’s IP address on Windows. Here's all you need to know.

Here's How to Find Your Router’s IP via Windows' Command Prompt

For the first method, we will use Windows’ Command Prompt, an incredibly useful tool. The best thing is that it works on Windows 10 as well as any earlier version, including Windows 8, 7, Vista, and XP. Here's what you need to do.

Here's How to Get Your Router’s IP via Windows' Control Panel

In case the first method doesn’t work, we have a different approach for you. We are going to use Windows' Control Panel to find your router’s IP. Let’s jump right in.

And Here's How to Access Your Router's Admin Panel on Windows

Now that you have your router's IP address, let's show you how to use it. Go through the following steps to access your router's admin panel and make any kinds of changes.

Dear readers, that would be all when it comes to how to find your router’s IP address on Windows. We sincerely hope that you managed to get all the answers to your questions. If that's not the case, make sure to post a comment below. And lastly, thanks for reading!



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