Comment 24 for bug 1846016

I have also been seeing this sort of behaviour since about April/May with Fedora 30 and various kernel versions. Seems to be load-dependent - it will be fine for a while but do anything "strenous" network wise (like, say download distribution updates) and it seems more likely to happen. Sometimes after less than an hour. ifconfig down/up gets the network back.

I thought it was kernel related but as far as i can determine it is wireless firmware related, as rolling back to a previous fedora package (that was dated prior to May 14th on the fedora side) seems to revert the issue. But my testing has been limited as every time i update the box it seems to break again.

If anyone has some suggestions for diagnostics I'm willing to assist.

similar systemd journal output from my box also attached.