If you want to make any changes to your home WiFi network, for example, rename your network, modify password, adjust the security level, or configure KeepSolid VPN Unlimited®, you need to log into your router’s admin panel first. And to access your router settings and configure devices connected to the router, you need to know your router’s IP address.
Below, we’ll show you how to find your router IP address in a few simple steps, as well as indicate default IPs for some of the most popular routers.
Your router has two IP addresses: one public, or external, IP address (WAN) that faces the outside world, and a private/ local, IP address (LAN) used in your home network.
The private, or local IP address, which is also known as the Gateway IP address is used by devices in your home network to access the internet. It is also the IP address you need to know if you want to access your router settings. For this, you just need to enter it in a browser’s address bar on any device connected to the network, log in, and start setting up your router.
To find your router IP address on Windows, you need to look for the default gateway:
Looking for Netgear or Linksys router login IP? Need to find the IP address of Asus router? Here’s where you can find default router IPs of some most popular router brands.
That’s it! Now as you’ve found your router IP address, you can access its settings and configure it as you like. Want to secure your router and all devices within your network with a rock-solid VPN protection? Check out the Routers section of our Manuals page, choose the relevant guide and set up KeepSolid VPN Unlimited® on your router.
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