I have a Linksys E4200v1 with Toastman Tomato firmware v1.28.0500 in use. I would like to use my E4200 as a syslog server for other network devices and the E4200 . I would like to use a USB 'stick' on the USB port of my E4200 to log all my syslog events. I also have a NAS and an ADSL2 modem which I'd also like to have the E4200 act as a syslog server for. In the past I've used my NAS as a syslog server, but this never allows the HDD to sleep as it's only a one HDD NAS and the OS need to access connections.tdb and etc each time. What's available in the way of syslog servers for TomatoUSB firmware? I am correct in assuming that TomatoUSB firmware doesn't natively support a syslog server structure and that I'd have to source optware applications to provide this service? I note there is something like optware syslog-ng which may provide a solution. Is there anything else? Given the router is always on and has USB storage available I though a Google search would turn up a bit of an overview of such a setup, but was surprised that I couldn't find a lot of info on the subject. So I hope I've not missed something in asking this question.