I have a problem with my Fedora 37 Laptop. I can’t go in the internet.
On the network page is shown that i’m connected but then at the activity bar there is an asking sign over the wifi simbol. The same problem also with the Ethernet.
I had this problem after the F37 upgrade, and there is no way to go in the internet.
I tryed multiple kernels but that changed nothing
do you have internet connection on other devices on same network. try to see dns resolves sometime it could be a dns error switch to 9999 or google or cloudflareand check if it works…
sometimes maybe your internet logged out but system can’t access connectivity portal so it says it is connected but actually it is not.
On other devices it works fine. The problem isn’t only on my home wifi, it’s on all wifi and also with the Lan cabel internet. If I boot from a USB stick an other Distro f.e. Linux Mint the Wifi works fine.
The change of DNS changed nothing.
It looks like that you miss a default gateway, where brings you to the internet.
Type in terminal
routeand see if you get an output who shows you a name like
If not existent you have to reconfigure ip settings.
Did you change the metric manually to 20600?
If yes put it down to 600 again. As higher the number as later your _gateway gets taken into account.
Compared to mine I do have the same metric as the IP for the network. In your case :
192.168.0.0 | 0.0.0.0 | 255.255.255.0 | U | 600 | 0 | 0 | wlp3s0
Can you ping
_gateway? Which IP is related in the answer?
Can you run
route -n or
ip route. The “_gateway” name is just whatever
systemd-resolved thinks is the default route.
? means wifi does not have internet
Correct. It connects to the AP but does not communicate beyond. Likely a DNS issue.
set up dns over tls from systemd-resolved it will solve dns issue if any.
Enrico, are you using DHCP to connect with the internet / your Wi-Fi…? If so, why is your gateway set to 0.0.0.0? It would be more logical to be something like 192.168.x.x! The same range as your laptop its ip address…
How can I make this? What do I need to change in systemd resolved?
I have a long wierd DNS in the Details…
I don’t know if i post sensible Data… I hope its okey… Could someone tell me if there is something i shouldn’t post?
So you are using DHCP and are getting a gateway address from your router… Could you try to set the DNS to “Manual” (by sliding its “Automatisch” slider to the Off position) and then entering the address 192.168.64.254 as your single DNS address, or use those of Google (184.108.40.206) or Cloudflare (220.127.116.11) as a test…?
It changed nothing… still the same… the problem isn’t only at one wifi but for every wifi and also for the ethernet cable internet…
DNS issues will affect every network connection, not just wifi or ethernet, but both.
What happens if you do
ping -c 4 18.104.22.168?
What do you see with