While it would be good to sync time between the router and the kiwi server, I doubt that the time mismatch is causing this issue.
Probably the first thing that I would do is to verify IP connectivity between the devices. On the router can you ping the address that you configured as the kiwi server - and verify that what is configured is the correct address for the server? (If you have configured logging source-interface then do an extended ping to the kiwi server and specify the source address of the ping to be what you have configured as the source address for logging).
If the ping is successful then we would need to look at something else as the cause. It would be helpful if you would do the show log command and post the output of the first group of lines which show how logging has been set up.
It might also be helpful if you would do "show run | include log" and post that output.
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