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Cannot access 192.168.11.1 for Buffalo WBMR-G125

I had this up and running yesterday but I couldn't access internet this morning & don't know what I done wrong I'm no expert so would need idiot proof instructions. Please help.
My modemrouter is connecting but I just can't access the internet.

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Check wther all lights are blinking.n check with ur internet service provider wther they hve barred the line bcoz of any reason

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