Yes, you can just apply the service-policy to the fastethernet interface, and setup your class-maps however you want to. You can do the LLQ and PQ, whatever you choose, on that policy map, and then on the Tunnel interface, just type qos e-classify, which will make it do the QoS before it is encrypted
You can either classify traffic by your TCP/UDP parameters or you can use "trust qos dscp" feature on the port to which yout Peribit device is connected, and set the DSCP value at the Peribit. Then you would have one less task - you won't have to classify traffic at the router and create two classes - for peribit and for everything else.
Be carefull with PQ, as policing it uses cuts traffic when it exceeds the set limit. I think LLQ will suit you best.
Is MPLS network your own or provider's? You might want to consult your qos with them, since some providers prioritize inside the MPLS. MPLS should be aware of your QOSing one way or another (at least on PEs...)
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