New answers tagged

0

Actually my modem/router is on 192.168.1.1 . I just needed to un-plug the telephone cable and I was able to access the homepage of the router/modem. Don't ask me why but that's the way it works. I was able to do the needful as can be seen above.


2

It's a little unclear what you want, but here goes: ping usually shows what ip it's using. That might be the address on your LAN side of the router, but that is most likely what you need. If you're looking for the address on the WAN side, you can try visiting sites like http://whatismyip.com, but if your ISP uses CGN (Carrier Grade NAT) the reported IP ...



Top 50 recent answers are included