I would like to setup 2 custom vmnets that are not able to communicate with one another but can communicate outbound to the internet. I would like to do this without any extra VMs acting as routers on the vmnets. Here are my assumptions:
1. If I setup 2 custom vmnets like vmnet9 and vmnet10 configured with NAT, these 2 vmnets would not be able to communicate with each other.
2. The guests on vmnet9 and vmnet10 would be able to communicate with the host, even if the “Connect a host virtual adapter” option is unchecked.
Are these assumptions correct?