If you’re trying to fix network issues or you want to modify router manufacture setting, then you have to access the router’s browser interface. We’ve all trying the picking the combinations of 192.168.x.x. Unless you have Default Router IP Addresses, you’ll eventually encounter one that stumps you.
When this happens, you can usually find information with a simple command on Windows or MacOS. Open Command Prompt (Start> Run> ‘cmd’) and then enter ipconfig. The address you need should be located next to the default gateway under your local area connection, and it will often start with 192.168. On Mac, the information is easily found under network options, or by using the terminal, use the netstat -nr command | grep default.
If for some reason you can’t get the router’s IP address using that method, we’ve compiled a brief list of popular router brands and their common default addresses. This list includes most router manufacturers with more than a dozen or so models, especially if they get distracted by the standard 192.168.1.1 address.
Default Router IP Address List
|Router Manufacturer||IP address||User Name||Password|
If you did not find your router brand above, or the most common default IP is not working for your model, we recommend you check out on the search engine.