How to locate the ip for my router?

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  1. krisse

    krisse New Member

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    i have it right here on the table next to me, but i dont know the ip for it.
    i have a ZyXEL router - is there any way else i can connect to do some port forwarding?
     
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    mdaniel S is for Shiksa

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    If its configured as a DHCP server, just connect a computer to it and see what the default gateway is. You should then be able to telnet or http your way into it. Default passwords for lot of equipment is here: http://www.phenoelit.de/dpl/dpl.html
     
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    Assuming your using this router to route your machines traffic.
    For internal IP it should be listed as your default gateway. (Command prompt type IPCONFIG / type route on most *nux based machines).

    For external IP goto IPCHICKEN.com...
     
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    Or there is always tracert..
     

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