Fedora 36/37 same problem with rtw8822ce. After boot or suspend wifi is connected, but with no intenet access.
The only way to solve it is reloading the rtw88_8822ce module. Or enabling and disabling airplaine mode.
It only happens to me in fedora, not in other distros, so iam thinking that maybe is something particular in configurations.
Welcome to ask.fedora @francopianz
You have to search for a specific driver. Include this (
8822ce) in your search string and you will find topics whit same issue.
It seams to be a non-free driver that’s why it is not included ?!
Hi, thanks for the help. I searched before but i may have did it wrong. I found some post affirming that disabling geolocalization services the wifi starts working better. I will try and see what happens.
The driver in use is rtw88_8822ce and comes with the kernel, in this case 6.0.8.