I have been using Fedora silverblue since f36 (upgraded to 37). Recently, after an update, both LAN and WIFI (on the same LAN) seem to stop working after a few minutes. I can get them to work temporarily by restarting the network manager or just turning off and on the connection using gnome-applet, but it stops working again after a few minutes.
After some digging around, I tried disabling ipv6, and now it seems to work fine; however, I’m not sure if that is the best solution. I am a college student, and the LAN works fine on my room-mates laptop (Windows), so I think this might be a problem on my end instead of the college internet.
Note: it is possible that ipv6 is broken on my college internet side, and windows just switches to ipv4 by default, but I still think manual intervention should not be needed.
Here are some logs using `journalctl -u NetworkManager -b":
Jan 24 22:03:31 fedoralp NetworkManager: <info> [1674578011.4088] manager: NetworkManager state is now CONNECTED_GLOBAL Jan 24 22:03:32 fedoralp NetworkManager: <info> [1674578012.5696] dhcp6 (eno1): activation: beginning transaction (timeout in 45 seconds) Jan 24 22:03:32 fedoralp NetworkManager: <info> [1674578012.6040] policy: set 'Wired connection 1' (eno1) as default for IPv6 routing and DNS Jan 24 22:08:50 fedoralp NetworkManager: <info> [1674578330.5993] manager: NetworkManager state is now CONNECTED_SITE
I am not experienced with debugging this stuff, so feel free to ask me to send any specific outputs or logs.