Newer Technology Default IP Address List
Info updated Aug. 15, 2018
Instructions to find your Newer Technology router's IP address
Most Newer Technology routers have a default IP address of 192.168.1.1.
The IP address
is required when accessing the
Newer Technology router's web interface
to configure it.
Since some of the models don't follow the standards, you'll have to check in the table below if the common default doesn't work.
You can also check the instructions on how to figure out your Newer Technology router ip if you are connected to the router's network.
To access the web interface you'll also probably need a username and password, if you find your model in the list there's a link to the default settings for that model. Most Newer Technology routers use the same default usernames and passwords so you can also check the Default Newer Technology password list to try with that one.
Newer Technology default IP address List (Valid August 2018)
MXP802NRTR default username & password
Instructions and common questions
How to find out your Newer Technology router gateway IP
In case you have changed your Newer Technology router's default IP address and can't remember it you can find it
out quite easily by following the instructions below.
(This also works when the router gets it's IP address assigned by DHCP.)
Find Newer Technology router ip on Windows
Press Win + r
A run prompt should open
cmdinto the input and press enter
A command prompt will open
Type the following into the command prompt:
ipconfig | findstr /i "Gateway"and click enter.
- Your Default gateway, probably something like 192.168.0.1, will show
Find Newer Technology router ip on Linux
- Open a terminal window (Shortcut on some distros: ctrl+alt+t)
Type the following:
ip route | grep defaultand press enter.
- You will be presented with your Newer Technology router's IP address
Find Newer Technology router ip on OSX
Open the OSX Terminal: Finder > Applications > Utilities > Terminal
Or you can press cmd+space and type terminal
Type the following command:
netstat -nr | grep defaultand press enter.
- Your Newer Technology router default IP will be shown, something like 192.168.0.1