on screenshot 4 Primary DNS should be 192.168.1.1 not 192.168.1.104
and you should disable VMware Network Adapter VMnet8 and VMnet1 on windows
How do i disable the network adapters on windows vista? I go to networks and i only see my PC and Router...
Sorry but i don't use vista(sucks) try to look here his using vista
Cabal Vista Ultimate 64bit + Tierra Gloriosa Guide
K i disabled VM1 but enabled VM8 and set my VMware from bridged to Custom, Selected VM8 (NAT) like his guide said then i changed the gateway to 192.168.1.1 and now i still have no internet connection
Have you tried pinging a website like google by ip address? Chances are you do have a internet connection and it is just dns resolution that isn't working. Dns isn' needed by the server anyway.
Also, i would suggest checking your router's control panel to find your actual dns server rather than using lan ones or the router for dns resolution.
If everything is local, it's a waste of time and ressources to use an external dns system, the local one, mine is 184.108.40.206, for both VMWare and The Host OS.
and DNS stands for Domain Name Server, so it doesn't bother IP addresses at all!
So now i went to network connections and disabled VM1 or whatever and enabled the VM8 and i set the ethernet to Custom VM8 instead of bridged and i still had the same values for gateway and stuff but this time when i pinged it i got the unable to access it error right away.
@Thesnowman - Have a look at the comments i posted on another topic as i think it could help you out.
My guides + databases + server files repack -V2!
1. Open Network Connections
2. Open Manage Network Connections
3. Disable Hamachi
4. Move Local internet infront of hamachi.
5. Power Centos down
6. Power Centos Up