1. Using your Desktop Computer’s command prompt (Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10)
a. Click on the Start Button and then Type CMD
b. Type IP CONFIG and you will see the IP address and the Sub-net that your computer belongs to. In this case the IP address of the computer is 192.168.0.199, Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1 and Sub-net is 255.255.255.0
2. Windows 8/8.1
a. Open the Control Panel.
b. In Control Panel click on the Network and Internet (Win 8) or Network and Sharing Center (Win 8.1) link.
Note: You won’t see this link if your Control Panel view is set to Large icons or Small icons. Instead, click on Network and Sharing Center and move on to Step d.
c. In the Network and Internet window, touch or click on Network and Sharing Center, most likely the link at the very top.
d. On the left margin of the Network and Sharing Center window, click on Change adapter settings.
e. On the Network Connections screen, locate the network connection that you want to view the default gateway IP for. Note: On most Windows 8/8.1 computers, your wired network connection is probably labeled Ethernet, while your wireless network connection is probably labeled Wi-Fi.
f. Double click on the network connection. This should bring up an Ethernet Status or Wi-Fi Status dialog box, or some other Status, depending on the name of the network connection.
g. Now that the connection’s Status window is open, click on the Details
h. In the Network Connection Details window, locate either the IPv4 Default Gateway or IPv6 Default Gateway under the Property column, depending on which network type you’re using.
3. Windows 7
a. In the system tray, right-click on the network connection icon and select Open Network and Sharing Center.
b. If your computer is hardwired to the router, click Local Area Connection. If your computer is wireless connected, click Wireless Network Connection (Network Name).
c. Click Details. Your router IP address will appear next to IPv4 Default Gateway.
4. Windows Vista
a. From the Start menu, right-click on Network, and then select Properties. This opens the Network and Sharing Center.
b. If your computer is hardwired to the router, click View Status to the right of Local Area Connection. If your computer is wireless connected, click View Status to the right of Wireless Network Connection.
c. Click Details button and your router IP address will appear next to IPv4 Default Gateway.
5. Windows XP
a. From the Start menu, right-click on My Network Places, and then click Properties.
b. If your computer is hardwired to the router, double-click Local Area Connection. If your computer is wireless connected, click double-click Wireless Network Connection.
c. Click the Support tab, and then click Details. The pop-up window will display the router IP address.
a. Go to Settings and choose Wi-Fi.
b. Click the “i” symbol on the right side of your network name.
c. The next screen will display the IP address of your router.