The command sets the IP Precenence/TOS value for SCCP packets. The highest/lowest labels don't really make sense. The only thing I can figure is that they meant highest/lowest probability of being dropped/delayed.
That's what I thought as well. The default precedence for phone SCCP traffic is 3, but can be configured per cluster. Evidently the default for gateway SCCP traffic is 5. If you do a "show sccp" on a gateway with no "sccp ip precedence" configured, you will see that it shows IP Precedence of 5. You learn something new every day.
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