Networking between the virtual machine with the operating system Linux in VMWorkstation

I'm new to Vmware Workstation 7

I had installed vmware workstation on XP. I created two virtual machines with RHEL 4. I am unable to network between two virtual machines.

I can't make a ping a machine to other Linux, which is the operating system on both the machine. However, cannot connect ftp or can't see computer networked in computer > network under linux...

I had used the guest network only on both the machine with the same adapter vmnet8 (considering as switch) and have assigned static IP address at a time

ORDI1 - 192.168.42.21

COMP2 - 192.168.42.10

and also have installed vmware tools on both the machine...

can someone help me on this...

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muzaffar700 wrote:

I can't make a ping a machine to other Linux, which is the operating system on both the machine. However, unable to

ftp connection or may not see computer networked in the computer > network under linux...

Disable all firewalls in your linux guests.

I had used the guest network only on both the machine with the same adapter vmnet8 (considering as switch) and have assigned static IP address at a time

ORDI1 - 192.168.42.21

COMP2 - 192.168.42.10

and also have installed vmware tools on both the machine...

can someone help me on this...

Host-Only is VMnet1, you used only NAT. static use of intellectual property and switch to DHCP for now. Make sure that the VMWare DHCP Server service is running. Put network cards in comments to "host-only '.

Post your host ' ipconfig/all'.

AWo

VCP 3 & 4

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