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change vmware workstation  nat configuration

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i'm using vmware workstation  10 on a windows 10 host i want to build a private nat  network  with the following adresses :
subnet ip : 172.20.10.0 subnet mask : 255.255.255.0 gateway ip : 172.20.10.1 DHCP start ip address : 172.20.10.10 End ip address : 172.20.10.254.
but when i make changes in virtual editor the VMs  can't ping the host . ( one VM network config is ip address : 172.20.10.10 mask 255.255.255.0 dns server 172.20.10.1 wins server : 172.20.10.1)
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 250 total points (awarded by participants)
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You will need to make sure you change the network using the Network Editor, and put in all your IP Addresses.

also change the IP Address of the virtual network adaptors.
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I agree with the above. I have also found it is helpful to Reset the Virtual Network Editor to defaults (You must start the Network Editor with Run as Administrator). Then set your new NAT IP address range.  Make sure you are setting VMNet8
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Thanks Andrew the problème was. About the virtual network adapter. I neded to change the settings
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