1) Depends what you mean by QOS policy. Assuming you mean QOS policy to include
then yes a lot of these can happen to packets leaving an interface as well as entering an interface.
2) Depends if the device supports multiple ingress queues. Switches such as the 3560/3750/4500/6500 do support multiple ingress queues and you can configure your QOS policy to place certain packets in certain queues.
3) Yes although again this depends on how many egress queues there are.
4) Not sure i entirely follow. You can trust the marking received in the packet and still have a policy that decides what to do with that specific marking.
5) As far as i know the DSCP-cos map is used for egress queueing only.
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