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Can I capture traffic between a connected wireless device when in monitor mode?

I have my wifi interface in monitor mode, I can capture 802.11 protocol packets. If I set a capture filter to filter traffic on port 443 and then refresh an https site on a mobile device, I don't see any packets.

Is it only possible to show management / control data between an AP and a client when in monitor mode?

I'm using Wireshark 3.2.0 on MacOS Catalina.

Can I capture traffic between a connected wireless device when in monitor mode?

I have my wifi interface in monitor mode, I can capture 802.11 protocol packets. If I set a capture filter to filter traffic on port 443 and then refresh an https site on a mobile device, I don't see any packets.

Is it only possible to show management / control data between an AP and a client when in monitor mode?

I'm using Wireshark 3.2.0 on MacOS Catalina.

Can I capture wireless traffic between an AP and a connected wireless device when in monitor mode?

I have my wifi interface in monitor mode, I can capture 802.11 protocol packets. If I set a capture filter to filter traffic on port 443 and then refresh an https site on a mobile device, I don't see any packets.

Is it only possible to show management / control data between an AP and a client when in monitor mode?

I'm using Wireshark 3.2.0 on MacOS Catalina.

Can I capture wireless traffic between an AP and a connected device when in monitor mode?

I have my wifi interface in monitor mode, I can capture 802.11 protocol packets. If I set a capture filter to filter traffic on port 443 and then refresh an https site on a mobile device, I don't see any packets.

Is it only possible to show management / control data between an AP and a client when in monitor mode?

I'm using Wireshark 3.2.0 on MacOS Catalina.