I am using Router to connect to internet. How can i find the ip address allocated to my router by isp in windows 7? I cant use whatismyip.com since it will give shared ip if i am behind a CGN.
Its an ugly ugly solution but the best place to check this is at your router - it will tell you the exact ip address that's been assigned to it. I used to have a script that would scrape it off my older router since it exposed that information without needing to log on.
If you're behind CGN (the horrible horrible thing that it is), there's a limited range of ip address that are allocated for it as you'd see here - the answer here covers the process of finding out if its the case.
to see your machine's IP, say it a.b.c.d , so your router address assuming is a.b.c.1 and double check it as was advised by
yes, and sorry, if you are after assigned IP by ISP to router, can you log in to the router and look for it there? If it is static and was set by ISP you can find it there most likely. If it is dynamic, nos sure the router can show it. But anyways