Make sure syslog-ng is running, and that lsof shows that it is the process bound to udp/514. If so, try restarting it. If the inode of /var/log/router changed since syslog-ng was last started, no further messages will be seen.
I see nothing wrong with the device config, and the syslog-ng config looks okay, too. Do you have a packet filter enabled on this box which could be dropping the packets before they make it to syslog-ng?
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