QoS is a end to end configuration. Your service provider should respect you markings, otherwise all packets will be treated equally once they leave your router. Below is an example config, you can modify the names and percentages based on your requirements. Hope this helps.
queue 1 is the priority queue with 200 Mbps bandwidth (assuming 1G link on the router) and it will start dropping packets with af31,af22,af11 and default markings when it reaches 5% of its allocated bandwidth.
queue 2 ,3 and 4 share the remaining bandwidth (457.14 Mbps (4/7)*(1000-200) ,228.57 Mbps and 114.xx Mbps).
queue 2 will start to drop the packets with af22,af11 and default markings when it reaches 50% of its allocated bandwidth.
queue 3 will start dropping packets with default markings when it reaches 50% of its allocated bandwidth.
Queue 4 will start dropping packets with ef and af31 markings when it reaches 70% and af22 and af11 markings when it reaches 30% of its allocated bandwidth
you can change the thresholds and percentages based on your requirements.Below is the document which explains QoS in detail
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