A standard rate-limt works well for this type of thing if you are planning on capping traffic through a specific interface with either a transmit or drop action.
The MPLS EXP bit enters into the equation if you are planning on QoS accross an MPLS based network. Due to an IP packet being encapsulated within MPLS your LSR's will not understand either DSCP or IP precedence values , you would then map either values into the EXP bit for transport with QoS over MPLS within a policy map for instance.
The method you would use I imagine would depend on your design and the flow of the traffic as well as your QoS policy.
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