We are in the process of setting up a point to point connection to our Colo datacenter. We are working with a couple of providers and the question that we have is regarding the ISP's QoS capabilities. If our voice traffic traverses the WAN, we want to make sure that this traffic has priority. We can set this up on our catalyst switch to be marked and set as high priority. That said, what will happen when it hits the service providers network? If it is a point to point connection do I need them to honor any type of QoS markings? I am ultimatley looking to understand what questions I should be asking my ISP.
Any help, suggestions, or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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