Are you looking for the default I.P address for your Telstra Gateway, modem or router? If yes, then you have come to the right place. Telstra is one of the biggest players on the telecommunications scene in Australia. That has it’s drawbacks; the company uses a wide range of routers and modems from various manufacturers. This presents challenges for some customers. Should you have reason to get into your router’s admin section, you may find yourself unable to do so without the default I.P. So, what’s the default Telstra modem IP address?
Telstra Router IP Address
Below are the default Telstra modem IP addresses. Use the one that corresponds to the equipment that you have in your home or office to log into the admin Dashboard for your router. Note that you can use either the I.P address or the web address. If you are not sure what model you have, simply try out all the I.P addresses. Or use our tip for finding the default I.P addresses on any modem (see below).
|ADSL/Cable/nbn compatible Modems with an Adapter
|Cable Modem without Adapter
|Telstra Gateway Frontier®/Telstra Smart Modem™
Telstra Gateway IP addresses
Telstra Gateway IP Address
Most people want to know what the default Telstra Gateway I.P Address is. The default I.P for a Telstra Gateway is http://192.168.0.1. You can also log in using the following web page; http://mygateway/. If the above does not work, it’s a simple matter of finding what you I.P Address is using Command Prompt.
Telstra NBN Modem IP Address
The default I.P address for a Testra NBN modem or router is http://10.0.0.138 or http://telstra.gateway/. You can either use the I.P or the web address to log in. It doesn’t matter which. That’s the Telstra nbn static ip.
IP Address of Telstra Smart Modem
The default IP address for a Telstra Smart Modem is http://192.168.0.1 or http://mygateway/. Feel free to use either the web address or the default I.P address. It doesn’t matter which one you use since you will get to the same place at the end of the day. So, that’s the Telstra Smart Modem IP.
How to use Command Prompt to find the Telstra home Gateway IP address
The information that we have given here should be helpful if you wish to log into your Testra router’s back-end. However, it’s a rather roundabout way, to be honest. There is an easier way of finding the default I.P address on any router. All that you need to do is the following;
- Open Command Prompt on your computer
- In Command Prompt, type in ipconfig and press enter.
- You can see the default I.P for your Telstra Gateway in front of Default Gateway.
The default I.P address for your Telstra Gateway can also be found on the device itself
Most people are not aware of this. So, they spend hours running around looking for their Telstra router login I.P addresses. However, you don’t need to do that. That’s because almost all routers come with a sticker on the side, behind or underneath on which can be found all the information that’s needed to log into the admin page for the device.
The sticker that we are talking about looks something like what’s in the screenshot above. Sometimes it will have a web address. Sometimes it will have an I.P address. Whatever the case, you can use the information to get into your Telstra modem’s backend. There, you can carry out whatever changes you may be looking to make.
At other times, you will have a WiFi security card bearing the information that we are talking about here. So, there will be the I.P, the username and the password on the card. With this information, you should be able to log into your router.
Why would you look for an IP address for your Telstra Modem?
There are several reasons why you may end up looking for a Telstra modem I.P address. Perhaps you wish to change your WiFi password. In order to do that, you need to get to the login page for your router’s backend. Perhaps you wish to change your WiFi name. Again, you need to have the login information for your router in order to achieve this aim. There are also several changes to your WiFi network that can only be made from the backend. So, you need to have the default I.P address for your Telstra Modem.
In this article, we gave you the default Telstra router I.P. With this information, you should be able to log into your Telstra Gateway to carry out whatever changes you may be looking to make. We showed you the I.P address for a Telstra Gateway. We also showed you how to find your Telstra modem IP using command prompt. Check out our article on the default usernames and passwords for Spectrum in the United States.