You can apply this to any kind of traffic. The selection of traffic, is solely dependent on the Class-map definition, where you match an access-list. Define four class-maps one each for each traffic. Traffic class 4 - (rest of the traffic) can be matched by the default class class-default.
Yes you can configure hierarchical policies on ethernet interfaces. The parent policy should have shaping configured, while the child polciy can have queueing or prioritising of traffic configured.
The configuration example I indicated can be directly applied to a ethernet interface, using service policy command.
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