I have Fedora silverblue 37. I set it up with some apps in Docker, and some dev tools in toolbox. It is running on an Intel chipset device. Initially, I had configured Fedora with the inbuilt wifi, and all was good. On the weekend, I plugged in the ethernet cable and expected it to work, but it did not. After some searching, the one thing that did get the ethernet connected was this:
sudo nmcli connection add type ethernet ifname enp1s0 con-name my-ethernet
The device is headless, so I Switched the ssh connection to the IP of the cabled ethernet NIC. All good. I then removed the “/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/<>.nmconnection” file so that wifi was no longer used.
The trouble is, while the Fedora Silverblue device can access anything in my network, and all other devices in the network can access it, the Fedora Silverblue device cannot access the internet. All other devices can access the internet without trouble.
DNS is supplied by two local servers running Pihole, and I have confirmed that DNS is good.
As a test, I just try to ping 220.127.116.11. No reply.
The firewall logs show nothing:
journalctl -u firewalld --since “10 minutes ago”
Also, I did stop the firewalld service and tried, and restarted it, just to rule that out.
Sometimes, having the wrong time and/or timezone can cause internet issues, so I confirmed that is all correct.
I did notice that there were two files in “/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections”
Inside “enp1s0.nmconnection”, the autoconnect was set to false. I do not know why. So I removed that autoconnect false, saved it, and deleted the my-ethernet, and restarted the NetworkManager service.
None of that helped.
ip route reports:
default via 10.10.10.1 dev enp1s0 proto dhcp src 10.10.10.33 metric 20100
172.17.0.0/16 dev docker0 proto kernel scope link src 172.17.0.1 linkdown
10.10.10.0/24 dev enp1s0 proto kernel scope link src 10.10.10.33 metric 100
The metric on the default is pretty high, but not sure that should be an issue?
Looking at the NetworkManager logs, it has a lot of lines about my wifi NIC, scanning and disconnecting, but nothing on the ethernet connection.
I am not sure what the issue is or how to fix it. Any help will be greatly appreciated. I am new to Fedora, only installed it about 8 days ago. It has actually been fairly easy, but this has me completely stumped.