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I am having Windows 7 hosted on VMWare which is running on Windows7 as well. My guest W7 is using my client network card as NAT.

Now i want to monitor some traffic from some specfic website. I installed Wireshark and started capturing packets in my guest W7. I noticed that it has been capturing all the packets i.e. windows updates and all the random things which windows does in backend. Now what i want, I want traffic specific to website or say chrom or any browser.

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I'm confused, are you trying to disable network traffic, or just see only certain network traffic? Please clarify your question. – imtheman Jul 18 '12 at 1:47
i want to capture traffic from specific website. it can be done either ways. so i just want to know how – Em Ae Jul 18 '12 at 2:42
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Wireshark has traffic monitoring options using filters.

You can filter monitored traffic from source IP to a certain destination, and origin–destination port. See: CaptureFilters - The Wireshark Wiki

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How about adding some substance to your answer? – Ramhound Jul 30 '12 at 13:48

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