Your guide is pointing to intercept traffic. I think you just need to capture the traffic, not intercepting and modifying them.
Fidder most probably will meet with your need as sandyp answered. However, it captures only HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP protocols. Just to extend Matt G's answer, If you want to capture other protocols as well, you might use more advanced sniffing tools such as Wireshark. Wireshark is a very well known tool, so you can find guides and examples very easily on the internet.
It may seem more difficult to use than using Fiddler. Wireshark captures whole network traffic ( not only application layer, but other layers too ) You need to use right IP address, protocol , packet ( whatever you need to ) for filtering. Wireshark Filtering
You can use Wireshark, just in case you need an advanced capturing.
In addition, decrypting SSL is also possible in Wireshark How to Decrypt SSL and TLS Traffic Using Wireshark