I have a Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport set up on my laptop with an Android phone connected to it. The laptop is then connected to the outside world through a wired connection. I would like to monitor the traffic from the phone with Wireshark, but I'm having trouble filtering the traffic. I expected to be able to setup a filter on the MAC Address or the IP Address, but so far that isn't working. Here's the set up:
C:\Windows\system32>netsh wlan show hostednetwork
Hosted network settings
Mode : Allowed SSID name : "Android Test Network" Max number of clients : 100 Authentication : WPA2-Personal Cipher : CCMP
Hosted network status
Status : Started BSSID : xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx Radio type : 802.11b Channel : 11 Number of clients : 1 xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx Authenticated
The IP Address reported by the Android phone is 192.168.137.205, but I don't see that as the source in any of the traffic. Is what I'm trying to do possible (use Wireshark to monitor Virtual WiFi Miniport traffic) and what might I be doing wrong?
The Android phone does have internet connectivity, so I can verify that the connection is working.