I am examining an Ethernet frame in Wireshark. According to the "Ethernet frame" Wikipedia article and accompanying diagrams, "A frame starts with a 7-octet preamble and 1-octet start frame delimiter (SFD)."
The article also highlights that "[the] preamble and start frame delimiter are not displayed by packet sniffing software because these bits are stripped away at OSI Layer 1 by the network interface controller before being passed on to the OSI layer 2 which is where packet sniffers collect their data."
My question is: is there a way to capture and display the entire Ethernet frame using Wireshark? If not, is it possible to achieve this without the use of additional hardware?