Thanks guys - I also assume we will need some form of admission control on every customer facing int(To ensure those not paying for "gold" class, can't classify there egress traffic as they see fit ;) )
Customers not buying any QoS, have a "set ip dscp 0" class-default
To my knowledge it is called precedence spoofing. This is f.e. why in all Cisco LAN switches all ports are defaulting to "untrusted" i.e. they rewrite cos/DSCP to 0.
You might also need a policer, which limits the customer, who bought "GOLD" to the speed purchased. Remark excess traffic to 0, but do not drop it, because then he might get the feeling that his "GOLD" traffic is treated worse (discards experienced) than best effort (possibly no discards if enough bandwidth).
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