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Find Your Printer’s IP Address on Windows 10

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Find Your Printer’s IP Address in Control Panel

To view your installed printer’s IP address in Windows 10, first, open Control Panel. Do this by accessing the “Start” menu, searching for “Control Panel,” and clicking it in the search results.

Type and select "Control Panel" in the "Start" menu on Windows 10.

In Control Panel, under the “Hardware and Sound” section, click “View Devices and Printers.”

Click "View Devices and Printers" in Control Panel on Windows 10.

On the “Devices and Printers” window, in the “Printers” section, find your printer. Right-click its icon and select “Properties” from the menu.

Right-click the printer and select "Properties" on the "Devices and Printers" window on Windows 10.

On the printer’s “Properties” window, at the top, click the “Web Services” tab. At the bottom of this tab, next to “IP Address,” you can see your printer’s IP address.

A printer's IP address on the printer's "Properties" window in Windows 10.

Write it down so you don’t forget. When you’re done, click “OK.”

By the way, if your printer allows web tweaking, you can enter this IP address in your web browser to access its settings page.

Find Your Printer’s IP Address From Your Router

If you have yet to install the drivers for your printer, or if you have already installed the drivers but you don’t want to use Control Panel, use this router method to find your printer’s IP address.

This method gives you access to a list of all the devices connected to your network, including your printer. Keep in mind that the steps will be slightly different depending on your router model, but you will get the general idea.

To start, find your router’s IP address and enter it in a web browser on your PC. This will open your router’s settings page.

Tip: For most routers, you can access the settings page by entering “” or “” as the IP address.

Type the router's IP address in a web browser and press Enter on Windows 10.

Your router’s login page will open. Here, enter the username and password for your router to log in. If you have forgotten your router’s password, reset it.

Log in to the router's settings page in a web browser on Windows 10.

When the router’s settings page opens, in the sidebar on the left, select “Network.”

Select "Network" from the left sidebar on the router's settings page.

In the expanded “Network” menu, click “LAN.” Then, in the pane on the right, click the “DHCP Client List” tab.

Click "LAN" and then "DHCP Client List" on the router's settings page.

You can now see a list of all devices connected to your network, including your printer. Find your printer using a matching name. For example, if your printer is from HP, you will see “HP” in the list.

Next to your printer, you will see its IP address.

A list of devices connected to the router.

And that’s how you go about locating your printer on your network using your router. It’s very helpful when setting up and fixing issues with your printer.

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