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I have installed the Debian linux and will install Squid to control and monitor the internet. My current internet is coming from the ISP to the switch so everyone connected to the switch will be able to get full internet. My domain control is windows but I want to use squid as proxy for my internet. so how the setup will look like? is it enough to have two network cards on my squid machine, one will receive the internet and the other one will take the filtered internet to the switch? or what?
Yes, two NIC cards should be fine, and your placement is good too...between your internal network and your ISP. There are many how-tos on simple squid configuration you can find on Google, and if you're going for a transparent proxy, that's easily done. It gets more complicated if you want to do AD authentication, of course.