How to find your Default Network Gateway from Linux

Modified on: Thu, 24 Mar, 2016 at 9:38 AM

To find out your default network gateway address (router IP address) from a Linux based computer, please refer to the steps below:

Launch your Terminal and enter the following command:

ip route | grep default

You will now see the following information:

In this example, our default gateway address is


To find this information from another computer system, kindly refer to the instructions from the link below.

How to find your Default Network Gateway

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