Contribution d'origine par : dylanlangdon ,
As a user of Windows operating system and a router, then you can identify the IP address o your router within a few minutes. At first, click on the Windows button on your keyboard and look at the Start screen. You have to choose the Search Programs and files field and then type in the “cmd” in it. Once you have done it, you can focus on icon on the subject of “cmd” in the list. You have to [http://www.ipaddressdefinition.com/192-168-0-1-1/|click this] icon and type “ipconfig’. If you have entered this term in the most relevant field, then you can press the ENTER button. Now, you have to look at the numbers separated by dot. These numbers are the IP address of your default gateway entry. You can note this address as a default IP address of your router. Mac OS users Go to the launch pad in your Mac and choose the search bar in it. You have to type “Terminal” in this search bar and click on the icon in this subject. Once the Terminal.app is opened, you have to type in the command netstat – nr 1 grep default. Now, you can look at the output. The second line of output appears on the screen reveals the IP address of your router. If your ip address of a router is192.168.0.1, then you have to use this access to do anything with your router’s settings.