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Just use the Windows Firewall. In Windows 7 you can use netsh to configure it. Put your netsh commands in various batch files and then use Windows Task Scheduler to run them at desired times.
Your post is a bit difficult to understand. First, you need to specify the services you are attempting to connect! If your COMP2->WAN:A is over a NAT'd network, and that service is something like Windows Remote Desktop, then you have to specify in your firewall settings that you will allow certain interactions such as NAT Traversal in your windows firewall ...
The ASA line can throttle to specific bandwidths, yes. You could assign a policy to each vLAN limiting them to 33Mb. An IOS router might be preferable as it can do Custom Queuing on Interfaces; which could allow any one of the three to saturate the 100Mb when the others aren't using it (call it a 33Mb connection that can "burst" to 100Mb).
It does not, it depends on your Setup. I have a working solution with 1 IP. The Slave just uses the Master as a gateway.
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