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Find the IP of the router between me and main router/gateway?

Find the IP of the router between me and main router/gateway?

I have a Netgear router that is the main router/gateway in and out of the network. Then I have a Linksys 54g router with WiFi that we use as are main WiFi access point

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Guest [Entry]

"Use Angry IP Scanner to see which devices on your subnet are listening on port 80.
Most routers do not show IP addresses for attached devices that are statically assigned, or are not assigned by their DHCP server.
It's also entirely possible that your Wifi is on a different subnet. This wouldn't have caused an issue previously, since your router is doing DHCP. Have you replaced or reset your modem since you had the Wifi put in? If so, try to manually set a computer to an IP address on that subnet, and run Angry again."
Guest [Entry]

"If as you say, Tracert returns nothing, it pretty much means you are using a bridged gateway type device and without further information of the network, you are not going to find it remotely.

If you have physical access over the network, I would go to the machine that is your gateway, and see how that is set up, then go to that machines gateway and so on... Short of that, I do not think you will find it."