It can help to find your router’s IP address as well. All you need to do is: Connect to your wireless network. Launch Wi-Fi Analyzer. Tap the View menu. Select AP List. Tap on your network name on the top of the screen. Then you will see a small pop-up window showing information about your wireless network. The gateway IP is your router’s IP:

$ nmcli dev show wlan7 | grep GATEWAY IP4.GATEWAY: IP6.GATEWAY: Edits and additional info As you can see from examining the command, we take output of nm-tool (which,note, takes information from NetworkManager), find line containing word gateway , print than information with echo (separated by spaces), and then cut off only second How do I find my router IP address? Feb 23, 2018 How to Access Router Remotely | TechWiser Apr 21, 2018 How to find the MAC address of a router? - Network

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How to Get Default Gateway Address in Mac OS X Sep 15, 2011 Telstra - How do I access my modem settings? - Support 3. Select your connected internet connection. This depends whether you’re using Ethernet or Wi-Fi. 4. If you’re connected via Wi-Fi, click Advanced and select the TCP/IP tab, and you will find the default gateway address listed next to Router. 5. If you’re connected via Ethernet your default gateway address will be next to Router. Below