I would like to setup a monitor of some kind on my laptop to track/log websites that have been visited on my home network. I have a Netgear AC1450 router that is only accessed by wifi, nobody connects by ethernet. I would like to know what sites are visited, not who is using the network. I know there are a few obstacles to overcome such as browsing incognito, SSL (etc), and being able to actually interpret the data received.
I tried openDNS and found that it was not providing me with useful information, so I shut it down. The few domains that openDNS produced didn't lead me to any websites and it was hardly gathering any domain requests.
I know there are a lot of forums out there discussing this topic, quite a bit of it is several years old. Is it possible to simply use Wireshark, or a close relative, to monitor all the devices with incoming/outgoing wifi network traffic and produce some useful data? Is there something I can do log traffic within my network, instead of using an outside service like openDNS?