If by any chance that you have changed your default ASUS router IP address, then do not be worried too much. There is a way to figure it again in case you really have no way of remembering it. Just follow the instructions below.
Find your ASUS router IP address on Windows OS
- On your Windows operating system, press the Windows button on your keyboard. It should be placed near the space bar area. Press Windows + R and the RUN prompt should open.
- Type CMD and press Enter. The Command prompt will appear.
- In the command prompt, type the following command and press Enter:
ipconfig | findstr /i “Gateway”
- After you press the Enter key, it will show you the router’s gateway IP address. Typically it is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1. But since not all ASUS router has the same setup, it is advised that you do this step and follow it to find out your default gateway.
Find your ASUS router IP address on Linux
- Open a terminal window similar to the Windows command prompt. Or you can just press CTRL + ALT + T and the terminal window should pop-up.
- Type this command and press Enter afterward:
IP route | grep default
- You may now see your ASUS router gateway IP address.
Find your ASUS router IP address on OSX
- If you are a Mac user then just follow this map: Finder > Applications > Utilities > Terminal. Or you can just press CMD + Space and then type Terminal.
- Type this command and press Enter Key afterward:
netstat -nr | grep default
- Your ASUS router IP address will now appear on your screen.
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