Router address

By pkroks
Aug 23, 2005
  1. this may be a stupid question but : I am on a network that is connected to a radio link via a router. the router is a D-Link ethernet broadband router DI-707P. now i use azureus (bittorrent client) a lot and am wanting to forward my ports to get more speed. the problem is that i don't know the routers ip address which, according to, you need. so is there anyway that i can get the ip address of the router from my computer?
  2. toffeapple

    toffeapple TS Rookie Posts: 152

    the router may be your default gateway you can get this from a command line by entering command ipconfig /all
    if the router is still on default settings the ip address is proably
  3. pkroks

    pkroks TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 259

    i have tried to connect to the gateway but it just says 'network path not found' , could this be caused by a firewall? if so how would i disable it, or get around it?
  4. toffeapple

    toffeapple TS Rookie Posts: 152

    did you get the IP addres of the router? you access a configuration window through your browser just put the ip address in as a url in the adress field
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