How to find your routers ip adress
Since I expect the upcoming blog to be fairly long, I decided to start with this cheat sheet for learning the IP address of a router.
Why Should I Learn How to Change My Router Settings?
All routers have a web-based interface and, thus, are configured with a web browser. While some routers can be accessed by name they typically intercept DNS queries , they all can be accessed by their IP address. Full access to the router requires a userid and password, but to even get prompted for this, you need to know the IP address.
An IP address is written as four numbers separated by periods. Typical home networks use IP addresses that start with Often the router will have an IP address such as In my experience, the ISP never tells the customer any of this information up front. With a self-installed router, you can get the IP address assuming it wasn't changed at installation from the manufacturer's documentation. Sometimes it is on a label on the bottom of the router.
To get the most out of your router, you need to learn how to change your WiFi router settings, and we are here to teach you. Jump to Click the Settings icon.
Click View your network properties. Type the address into the URL bar of your favorite web browser. Log in with the default username and password both admin, usually. Go to settings. Select Change Router Password or a similar option.
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Enter the new password. Save the new settings. Log in with the default username and password. Click on Setup.
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Choose Network Settings. Click on Save Setting. Choose Wireless Settings.
Type in your new SSID. Save the new settings and wait for your router to restart. Enter the router user name and password. Select Guest Network.
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Give the guest network name. Select a security option. Click the Apply button to save your settings.
Download and install NetSpot. Launch the application and activate Discover mode. Wait a short while for NetSpot to collect information about surrounding Wi-Fi networks and present wireless data as an interactive table. Discover Mode. Tap on Wi-Fi.
Find the network you are connected to and tap and hold on it or click on the settings icon to manage its settings;. Tap on the Advanced dropdown. Click on the Apple icon at the top of your screen and go to System Preferences ;. On the left hand side you should see the Wi-Fi network you are connected to. Select it and click Advanced ;. Related articles.