How to Find Your Router’s Default Gateway

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This guide will show you how to find your router’s default gateway.

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Finding your router’s default gateway on Windows
Finding your router’s default gateway on Mac


Finding your router’s default gateway on Windows

  1. Acess your Command Prompt by clicking on Start and then searching for “cmd“.windows search cmd
  2. After opening the Command Prompt, type ipconfig and hit the Enter key.type ip config
  3. You will see your default gateway listed next to Default Gateway.router default gateway

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Finding your router’s default gateway on Mac

  1. Click on the Apple icon on the top left corner and select System Preferences.mac system preferences
  2. Select Network.click-network
  3. Your default gateway will be listed next to Routermac-router-address

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