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 Click on the “Start” button and go into the “Control Panel” in Windows and select “Network and Sharing Centre” (this was on a Windows 7 machine). Click on the “Start” button and go into the “Control Panel” in Windows and select “Network and Sharing Centre” (this was on a Windows 7 machine).
  
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 A new window will now pop-up. Click on the blue text next to “Connections”. A new window will now pop-up. Click on the blue text next to “Connections”.
  
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 Another window will now pop-up. Click on the “Details” button. Another window will now pop-up. Click on the “Details” button.
  
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 Yet another window will now pop-up. The IP address listed by the “IPv4 Default Gateway” is the one you want. Yet another window will now pop-up. The IP address listed by the “IPv4 Default Gateway” is the one you want.
  
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 If you don’t mind a CLI (Command Line Interface) here is a faster way. If you don’t mind a CLI (Command Line Interface) here is a faster way.
  
-Click on the START button in Windows (1) and type **cmd** ​ in the “Search programs and files” text box (2) and press return, or click on the cmd icon at the top (3).+Click on the START button in Windows (1) and type **cmd** in the “Search programs and files” text box (2) and press return, or click on the cmd icon at the top (3).
  
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 This should bring up the Windows default command-line interpreter,​ which is basically a window you can type commands into. This should bring up the Windows default command-line interpreter,​ which is basically a window you can type commands into.
  
-Type in **ipconfig** ​ at the command prompt (1) and then note down the Default Gateway IP address (2), you should get something like this.+Type in **ipconfig** at the command prompt (1) and then note down the Default Gateway IP address (2), you should get something like this.
  
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 Also make a note of the subnet mask value, it will be needed later (it’s just above the Default Gateway). Also make a note of the subnet mask value, it will be needed later (it’s just above the Default Gateway).
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 On a MAC go to “System Preferences” and click on “Network”. On a MAC go to “System Preferences” and click on “Network”.
  
-Now click on the “Advanced” button on the screen that appears next and select the “TCP/​IP” tab.+Now click on the “Advanced” button on the screen that appears next.
  
-Go down the list (it’s usually down the bottom) until you come to an entry called “Router”. The associated IP address is the one you want.+{{:​fester:​2b25a778ae4094188af50ebe97a203af.png}}
  
-I don’t have screen ​shots because I dont have a MAC.+Select the “TCP/​IP” tab on the next screen, and go down the list (its usually down the bottom) until you come to an entry called “Router”. The associated IP address is the one you want.
  
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 ===== Finding The IP Address Of The Router’s GUI On A Linux Machine ===== ===== Finding The IP Address Of The Router’s GUI On A Linux Machine =====
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