KB-010 How to find the router IP and ping to it on windows Print

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To find the router IP on a Windows computer, you can use the command prompt and enter the command "ipconfig". Look for the "Default Gateway" listed under the network adapter that is currently connected to the internet. This will be the IP address of your router.

Once you have the IP address, you can ping the router by opening the command prompt and entering the command "ping [IP address of router]". This will send a ping request to the router and display the results, including the time it takes for the request to be sent and received.

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