13 thoughts on “Creating a host-only network in VMWare

  1. Thank you! I've been searching for hours for answers but there's nothing but trash advice in the forums. This gave demonstration and explaination. Not only was I able to get this configured right but also understood how and why.

  2. i dont get what you do at like minute 3 ..where is Virtual network editor??..is this in Vmware?..i have vmware 12 and i have host machine win 7 ..please can you clarify this thxz Jessica

  3. I have window 10 Pro system(I7,16gb ram,1tb HDD) in my office and I have created RDP connection from local and public. it is working fine for RDP connection.

    1. I have installed VMWare workstation 15 on the same system and created VM with window server 2012 R2.

    2. I am able to access VM using RDP session in the local network.

    3. I want to do an RDP connection from the public IP address.

    4. What do I need to do? I have tried with all the aspect what I know. but no luck.

    Please, can anyone help with this issue?

  4. I am trying to create a private network between 2 VMWare oses runnig on the same computer at the same time
    One is a Kali linux and the other a Windows XP Professional

    I set Network on both machines as Host-only and then powered it up
    Kail linux and windows xp both said I am connected to the network
    I set the static IP on both the machines.
    Here is the issue- When I try to ping both of them,both keep saying unable to find server.

    I am doing this to test nmap and metasploit commands
    What should I do?

    Thank you for your help!

  5. Hi, great video! i got a question, if i want to have a virtual network lab for practice, example: 1 server controller and 3 terminals inside the server domain, and provide services as dhcp, mail service, remote service to those terminals, i should use this configuration exactly as the video? but one point is that network wont have internet, so how i will be able to provide those services to the terminals?

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