This MIB module defines objects describing traffic controllers used by a service control entity. A service control entity is a network device which monitors and controls traffic. The service control enitity is used as a platform for different service control applications which may perform monitoring operations beyond packet counting and delve deeper into the contents of network traffic, such as deep packet inspection. It provides programmable stateful inspection of bidirectional traffic flows, maps these flows to users or subscribers, and can control traffic flow according to different attributes. A service control entity traffic controller can act as a rather simple policer or implement more complicated logic in controlling traffic, up to actual applicative attributes of the traffic itself. The global service controller is a controller component implemented by the service control entity, which acts as a rather simple policer for traffic transiting through the service control entity. A global service controller may be configured per service control entity interface with a configurable bandwidth limitation. The controller is responsible for the enforcement of the bandwith limitation configured in the service control entity. Aggregative global controller is a mechanism that allows dynamic bandwidth allocation between two global controllers that reside on the same direction of two links. Regularly, a global controller is configured per physical port. When aggregative global controller is configured, the relevant per-port global controllers are configured dynamically and automatically by the aggregative global controller mechanism. Primary bandwidth controller controls the total of subscriber traffic and manage the number of bandwidth controller. Its main properties are committed information rate, peak information rate, and relative priority.