The IP precedence command has not been replaced DSCP marking. DSCP is a more sophisticated and newer method of marking packets that is backward compatible with IP precedence. If you need a finer granularity of packet classification DSCP gives that to you. If you do not need that degree granularity, IP precedence still works just fine.
WFQ, I might add, still prioritizes (actually services that stream) based on IP precedence but does not reserve bandwidth. If you mark via DSCP, WFQ will still recognize the IP precedence bits (of the DSCP classification) and prioritize accordingly.
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