There is not a direct mapping of L3 to ATM. You would have to understand the requirements for the type of traffic that you are transporting and then build an ATM PVC (CBR, VBR, ABR, UBR, etc.) to meet those requirements.
MPLS will do it dynamically for ATM to map the layer 3 IP QoS to ATM QoS, if you have Cisco ATM network (BPX, MGX, IGX), you need to add a MPLS LSC (lable switch controller). BTW, in QoS terminology, CoS is usually a layer 2, ToS/DiffServe is a layer 3.
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