Basically 'host only' is just that - it allows you to communicate between the VMs (and other VMs on the same host-only network on that host machine) and the host machine itself.
If you have a system of more than one host you would typically select 'bridged' networking - this effectively makes it appear as if the VM is connected to the LAN so you will have full reachability. If you can detail which version of VMware you are using I can advise further...
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