jephph - Probably the easiest way for ping traffic to the far end of your point-to-point to be treated with the same priority as "precedence 6" traffic is to add another match statement to your current QoS map. In this case, you will need to create an ACL that matches ping traffic sourced from your router and destined to the far end of your point-to-point. Then you would add a statement in your QoS map that would match the ACL.
The commands on how to do this is below:
ip access-list extended MatchPing
permit icmp host <router source IP> host <far-end IP> <------This ACL will match ping traffic coming from the router and destined for the far-end of your point-to-point
qos map HiPri
match precedence 6
match precedence 7
match list MatchPing <------ This statement will give the ping traffic the same priority as precedence 6 traffic outbound.
I hope this answers your question, but please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions.
Thanks for the feedback. That's a good solution, and I'll give it a try to see if it accomplishes what I'm looking to do. Thanks again, Noor.