I think that only gives you the MAC of your client.
If you open a command prompt (press WIN + R then type cmd and press enter) then type the following:
netsh wlan show interfaces
The SSID should be the AP name and the BSSID underneath is the MAC of the AP that it is connected to.
netsh wlan show networks mode=bssid
will list the networks it can hear and their BSSID=MAC
Edited by adrenalize_ (Wed 22-Jan-20 20:33:39)