Re: reserve bandwidth for particular destination ip.
On many Cisco routers, if CBWFQ is supported, you can map a class to the IP address of interest and reserve your 512 Kbps. If you're just doing logically point-to-point across MPLS, that would be enough. If, however, you're supporting multiple sites and allow any-to-any, you often encounter MPLS egress congestion. Since you don't control the MPLS egress router, your MPLS provider does, you'll need to discuss your requirement with your MPLS provider.
Many MPLS providers can offer QoS. You mark your traffic going into MPLS a certain way, and they can provide some guarantee of egress bandwidth, e.g. they might guarantee a certain class will obtain 25% of your link, which if its a 2 Mbps link will provide your 512 Kbps.
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