An IP address is a unique address that identifies a device on the internet or a local network. The IP address allows information to be sent between devices on a network and is essential for how Lavu operates.
This article provides ways to get your router's IP address in different operating systems (Windows and Mac OS).
Find the Router’s IP address on Windows
From the Windows Desktop/Laptop
- Press the “Windows Key + R” together, and the “Run” window will open.
- Type “CMD” and press enter; the command prompt window will open.
- Type "ipconfig" and press Enter.
- Your router’s IP address will be listed next to “Default Gateway.”
Find the Router’s IP address on Macbook
Follow the below steps to find your router’s IP address on your MacBook or MacBook Pro.
- Click on the Apple icon at the screen's top-left corner, choose "System Preferences," and then click on "Network."
- On the left, you will see a list of connections your computer can make. Click on the option with the green circle to the left of it. This will most likely be “Wifi.”
- Click "Advanced" in the bottom-right corner of the window.
- Click on the “TCP/IP” tab near the top of the window, and you will see the IP address of your router (appropriately) next to “Router.”
Find the Router’s IP address on iPad or iPhone
Follow the below steps to find your router’s IP address on your iPhone or iPad.
- You can find your router’s IP address on an iPhone or iPad by navigating to the Settings app.
- Tap on "Wi-Fi" on the left-hand side.
- Tap on the Wi-Fi network you are connected to.
- Scroll down, and under the section labeled "IPV4 ADDRESS", you will find your router's IP address next to “Router.”
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