Before you can solve most network or internet connection problems, you need to know the IP address assigned to different hardware devices on your network. Most troubleshooting steps include dealing with commands and other tools for which you should know the IP address of your device. For example, you should know your router’s private IP address and you use it in your network, then the IP address for your switches, access points, drag repeaters and other network hardware.
Almost all network devices are factory configured to work with the default IP address. Most users do not change this default IP address when installing the device. Before you run the following steps, first check your device in our default password list for Link, Netgear, D-Link and Cisco. If you know that the IP address has changed or your device is not listed, continue with the instructions below.
Determine the network hardware’s IP address in your network
Setting up network hardware addresses on your network only takes a few minutes. Get the default gateway IP address for your computer’s network connection. In almost all cases, this is your router’s private IP address, which is the outermost point of your local network.
Now you know the IP address of your router, you can use the following steps to identify the IP address of computers and router on your local network between devices. In this context, your router’s IP address is not a personal, public IP address. The public or external IP address used as an interface to an external network of your own network and does not apply to what we do here.
Open Command Prompt
Command prompt works equally between Windows operating systems. Therefore, these instructions should be applied to any version of Windows, including Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, etc.
At the command prompt, run the tractor command shown below and press Enter:
Trackcart 19 184.108.40.206
Replace 19 220.127.116.11 with your router’s IP address that you defined in step 1, which may be similar to the IP address of this example.
Tracker command shows the hopes of your router in every hop. Each hop represents a network between a computer device on which you are running a track command and a router. At Windows Command Prompt, issue the trackcat 10.0.1.1 command Immediately after the prompt you should see that the results are displayed.
When the order is complete and you return to the prompt, you get the maximum 30 18.104.22.168.1.1.1 hope and then each hardware component that exists between your computer, looks like a different way to trace a message and a router.
For example, in our example, the first line is:
1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms testview. [22.214.171.124.1]
The second line says:
2 1 ms <1 ms <1 ms.126.96.36.199
In your example, against any IP address of the router, an IP address that appears as a number 2 in the tracker is the network hardware that is between your computer and the router.
Are you looking for more or less results than an example?
If multiple IP addresses are displayed against the router’s IP address, then your computer and router should have multiple network devices.
If you consider the router not only the IP address, you may have network hardware operated between your computer and the router, although you may have such devices in handy and unmanaged SWI switches.
You must now specify the IP address (SS) you got with the hardware in your network. Unless you accept the physical devices of your network, it should not be difficult, such as switching, access points etc.