How to find Gateway Ip in Linux

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How to find Gateway Ip in Linux


Gateway is a node (ie.router) that act as a network point used to pass the data from local area network to outside network.It is not possible to use internet without gateways.

In this tutorial i will show you how to find the gateway IP in Linux using route,netstat and ip route commands


Using route command

route -n
Use the command as "route" in terminal followed by -n option to list the gateway ip address
  • -n for showing numerical addresses

From the image my gateway IP address is 192.168.147.2 and the flags U indicates link is up and G represents the gateway

Using netstat command

netstat -rn 
The command "netstat"  will print all the list of open sockets, so use the options r and n
  • -r for showing the routing table
  • -n for showing numerical addresses



Using ip route command

ip route
The command "ip route" will also used for displaying the gateway details



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