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How do I find my Google WIFI IP address?
Last Updated: 29th January, 2020
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Likewise, how do I find my IP address for my WIFI?
First thing, you need to access your WiFi routerby locating the IP address of your router. Most of the timeit is either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1. However, if you need tofigure out the IP, here's how: In Windows you will need toload up a command prompt and enter ipconfig.
One may also ask, how do I change my IP address on Google WIFI? Here's how to set up a custom LAN IP range:
- Open the Google Wifi app and tap the tab.
- Tap Network & General Advanced networking LAN.
- In the “Router LAN IP” section, customize yourrouter LAN address and subnet mask.
- In the “DHCP address pool” section, customize yourstarting and ending IP addresses.
Beside above, how do I access my Google WIFI router?
- Your primary Wifi point needs to be connected to a modem.
- Connect the provided Ethernet cable to the WAN port [ ] of yourGoogle Wifi point.
- Download the Google Wifi app on your Android or iOS mobiledevice.
- Open the Google Wifi app and follow the instructions to connectit to the internet.
How can I see my WIFI details?
See Wifi points and connected devices
- Open the Google Wifi app.
- Tap the tab, then the devices icon.
- In the Network screen, the numbers next to "Devices" representyour total Internet (WAN) traffic to and from your Wifi point.
- Below your network name, there is a list of all devicesconnected to your Wi-Fi.
- Tap a specific device to see details.