[ubuntu-uk] Find a Router's IP address

pmgazz pmgazz at gmx.co.uk
Tue Oct 19 17:16:57 BST 2010

Try the usual suspects ( / / etc 
etc). If that doesn't work, google the model for it's default IP and 
hope no-one changed it ;)


On 19/10/10 16:54, Cornelius Mostert wrote:
> Hi
> The scenario is as follow:
> 1. You have permission to work as Admin on a Lan
> 2. You do NOT have any documentation from the previous Admin
> 3. You find a router / WiFi Router that is in use and therefore you can NOT
> reset it
> 4. This router is a "home" / consumer router like Netgear, Linksys, etc. So
> not an enterprise router
> 5. You need to brows to the routers config web page to make some changes
> (you assume the default admin and password for the router) BUT you do NOT
> know the IP address
> 6. You know the router is NOT a DHCP server
> Now the question is HOW do you find the IP address of the router ???
> thanx
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