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software to monitor real live NAS

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Good day we have several NAS devices which uses ISCSI to connect. Is there any software for free that we can use to monitor live statistics of that NAS. I am looking for something like Perfmon or something with graphical statistics. The OS we are using is Windows server 2008 storage edition.
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Nagios via SNMP, or PRTG via SNMP.
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Nagios is excellent, even better is Icinga which is a fork of Nagios excellent web front end.
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