Finding your default gateway address in Mac OS

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If you’re not sure or don’t know the default gateway address for your modem, you can double check the default gateway in your Mac settings by following the steps provided below.

Step 1:

On your desktop, click the Apple icon in the top left-hand corner of your screen and select System Preferences from the drop-down menu as shown below:

System Preferences

Step 2:

Select Network in the System Preferences.

Network Settings

Step 3:

Select your Connected internet connection from the left-hand column. This may be the Ethernet section if you're connected via Ethernet cable, or the Wi-Fi section if you're connected via WiFi.

Step 4:

Wi-Fi: Click Advanced in the bottom right-hand corner of the window, and then select the TCP/IP tab. You'll find the default gateway address listed next to Router.

Ethernet: You’ll find your modem’s default gateway address next to Router as shown below:

Advanced

Should you need assistance obtaining your Default Gateway, please feel free to call us on 086 123 4728.

Regards,
The iSAT Team


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