We recently received our first MacBook Pro with an M1 ARM based processor and the external NIC appears to be blocked by the "ElasticEndpoint" that is running in the Network window. Our other MacBook Pros which are all Intel chip based currently use a USB-C to Ethernet port to hard wire to the network work without any issues.
All MacBooks Pros that we are testing the Elastic Agents on are running the same MacOS version 12 and USB-C to Ethernet port cables. None have an issue joining our Elastic Cloud via Fleet which has been done while connected through WiFi. The external NIC does get a DHCP IPv4 address from the router on all of them (WiFi is then turned off), but after that point only the notebook with the M1 is blocked from reaching out to the network. The M1 notebook is not even capable of pinging itself at 127.0.0.1.
Is there a known issue with the M1 processor and Elastic Agent not functioning together?