Every device connected to the internet has its own unique IP address, including your router. There are two types of IP addresses: local, which is used within your home or office network, and public, which is assigned to you by your internet service provider (ISP) and can be used to reach your device from anywhere on the internet.

To find your router’s IP address, you can use the default gateway method or the command prompt method. The default gateway method involves accessing your router’s settings page and looking for the IP address. The command prompt method involves using the command prompt on your computer to find your router’s IP address.

If you want an even easier way to find your router’s IP address, use an IP checker. This tool provides information about your ISP, IP address, location, operating system, and browser.
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