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Old 16th September 2006, 16:07
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Default vmware host-only problem

I have set up vmware on ubuntu server.

Bridged and NAT are working fine.

But the host-only option cannot make an internet connection. i am runing windows server as guest on ubuntu host.

the local area network looks like this for host-only

IP ADDRESS: 172.16.163.129
DHCP SERVER 172.16.163.254
DNS SERVER: 172.16.163.1

any ideas please?

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Old 16th September 2006, 17:08
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As far as I know the host only option can never do internet connections, its the purpose of this networking type to be only a connection between the host and the guest without the possibility to connect to external networks. Why dont you use NAT or bridged networking instead?
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