How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network my computer is connected to wirelessly

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How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network I am connected to on my computer, through the WiFi connection only. I do not have access to the WiFi router directly to or the admin page

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You wont find the address to the network gateway, but you can find the router IP address.

In a command prompt window, type: IPCONFIG
The gateway address is the router address.

Also type: ARP -a
This will tell you the other devices that your machine has contacted.

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  • Ranjeetkmr
    yes Mshen is right. you can use this command (ipconfig /all) to know your ip address,default gateway, your dns server address etc..
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  • kaisa
    so if i get the default gateway how do i use that to know the other user's ip address
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  • TomLiotta
    if i get the default gateway how do i use that to know the other user’s ip address   You don't. The gateway address has no relationship to another user's address. Knowing a gateway address doesn't help at all.   You seem to be asking specific technical questions, but they don't seem to have any relationship to a problem that you are trying to solve. Tell us what the business problem is. Then we might be able to tell you which technical elements are relevant.   Tom
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  • Money007
    My college has WiFi open network but I can't connect my cell phone to it 
    Can anyone pls help me to solve this problem
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  • TheRealRaven
    Perhaps we can help. Please provide all necessary info about the WiFi network, and all related technical info about your phone's networking capabilities.

    It would also be far better to place all of that info into a separate question since it's completely unrelated to this thread.
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  • Money007
    It's a open network 
    When I'm trying to to connect that network it just displays btaining IP address but doesn't connect
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  • Money007
    I use moto g3
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  • Money007
    Anyone help
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  • TheRealRaven
    Since this is a 7 year old question, most people reading it will be searching for answers rather than trying to supply an answer. And since your comments have nothing to do with this thread, it's extremely unlikely that anyone reading this thread will have useful knowledge for you.

    So, again...

    Please provide all necessary info about the WiFi network, and all related technical info about your phone's networking capabilities. (Without knowing network specs, we have little chance of knowing how it actually works.)

    It would also be far better to place all of that info into a separate question since it's completely unrelated to this thread.

    Better yet, ask your college's tech support. They should be made aware of problems if the network is provided for students..
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  • Subhendu Sen
    In general, an open network (assuming wifi) there is a number where you send a sms, and they provide a password to join the network.
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  • Money007
    No bro in our coleg network we  have to register our laps before using it 
    Problem is they won't Register our cell phones Is there any way by which i can connect my phone
    Anyways thanks for replying realraven & subhendu sen
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  • TheRealRaven
    You'll have to ask the college tech support. We have no idea what networking setup they have (unless you provide the specs to us), so we can't give an answer.

    And this thread isn't the place for such an answer anyway. This thread is about a different subject.

    So open your own, new question, and include the necessary specs there.
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