I am having an issue connecting to the WiFi hotspot that I have crated on my Fedora 32 workstation laptop. I was dual booting Windows/Kubuntu and the hotspot was working in both OS’s on this same machine. I am now dual booting Windows/Fedora (Gnome 3), the hotspot still works in Windows.
I am able to create a hotspot with both nmcli and the gui, but when I try to connect to the hotspot the connection fails with a “Failed to obtain IP address” on both Android and my Nintendo Switch.
I tried changing the available IP addresses with nmcli and nm-connection-editor, but I am unable to get the connection to work.
If I connect with a static IP address from Android I am able to get connected to the hotspot, but then I get a “network connection not available” error, and I am unable to access the internet. If I change the Android phone back to DHCP then the phone gets disconnected.
I have spent ~3 hours searching for the answer, not sure what I am missing. Thank you very much for your time!!!