How to find your Default Network Gateway from Mac OSX

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


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


Go to Finder > Applications > Utilities and launch your Terminal


At the Terminal screen, enter the following command:


route get default | grep gateway


You will now see the following information:


In this example, our default gateway address is 192.168.101.1


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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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