If your VLANs have unique subnets, it would be relatively easy to split the bandwidth using CBWFQ, at least outbound. Inbound is problematic. (Inbound you can control the bandwidth going into your VLANs, but not easily control how the inbound 100 Mbps connection would be used. That's best accomplished on the other side of the link's outbound.)
L3 switches aren't generally as feature rich as the routers, so even outbound on them could be problematic. However, many support at least policing or rate limiting.
2811, although they have FastEthernet interfaces don't really have the performance to support 100 Mbps. For software routers, you'll might need at 3845 or larger.
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