Are you interested in re-marking traffic locally generated by the router itself ?
The names that you are using for the precedence values are very much out-dated and 'internet' does not really mean Internet traffic. In fact, Cisco routers assign a precedence of 6 to management traffic such as OSPF packets etc.
You can apply service-policies to match on such packets and drop the precedence down but I don't think that's what you want....
in principle you could, but be aware that this means usually router generated traffic, which is mostly routing updates. Except maybe BGP those routing updates will be link local. There is no real gain in remarking those, because in this case only the router generating the marked traffic will need to prioritize.
Still you can remark those packets with a local policy: "ip local-policy route-map NMS" and a route-map setting ip precedence to the desired values.
I´d also like to note, that the terms internet (prec 6) and network (prec 7) are not Cisco proprietary but defined in the respective RFC.
Going back to what the original poster has said was configured, I would have to agree that in that case, all of the Prec 6 and 7 traffic would be getting re-marked to zero, since the policy-map is not explicitly catching any control traffic. As such, it will fall through to class-default and get marked with an IP precedence of zero !
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