You have two major networking configuration failures going on here:
- Both VMs are configured to have the same exact IP address, and
- Both of the VMs the same exact MAC address.
Both of these issues must be resolved before you can get things working properly.
You can't have this happen in a sane NAT'd environment - this is called an IP Conflict and you need to resolve it.
Set one of the VMs to have a different static IP. Then restart both VMs.
MAC Address Conflict
You also have a MAC address conflict. That is, both VMs have the same MAC address. NAT and network routing is heavily dependent on each system, VM or otherwise, having unique MAC addresses.
Go into the configuration of your second VM's network interface at the virtualization system level. Edit the network interface and generate a new random MAC address
Only after you have done both of the above stated things to fix both issues, fully power off both VMs and then power them back on. Then see if they can reach out properly.
NOTE: If neither machine properly works, then you need to check the host OS to see if the traffic is being denied/firewalled.