Bandwidth provisioning on NAT interfaces

Hi everyone,

     I deployed a solution to provide bandwidth for a server at my comany. The bandwidth reservation is done at the internet edge router facing the ISP. I also have a static NAT statement for the server; the same public IP address that is used for the server is also included in the NAT pool for Port Address Translation (PAT). My question is, how do I provision the reserved bandwidth for the server ALONE?

     Here's as far as I know:

     1. NAT takes place before QOS

     2. If I match the public IP address at the interface to apply a bandwidth reservation for that public IP, it will reserve the bandwidth for the server as well as other hosts that may be using that public IP address

COnfig:

server IP: 172.23.0.10 (Private)

Public IP: 31.134.7.90 (Public)

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ip nat pool MYNAT 31.134.7.88 31.134.7.94 netmask 255.255.255.248
ip nat inside source list MYHOSTS pool MYNAT overload [MYHOSTS is the list of my internal hosts - Not typed here] 

ip nat inside source static 172.23.0.10 31.134.7.90

ip access-list standard SERVER
   permit 31.134.7.90

class-map match-any SERVER-CLASS
   match access-group name SERVER

policy-map SERVER5MBPS
   class SERVER-CLASS
      priority 5000
   class class-default

interface f0/1
   ip address 21.56.2.13 255.255.255.252
   ip nat outside
   service-policy output SERVER5MBPS 

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