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Regarding the hard drive part, you can store the logs if you mount the hard drive and format it to be used as database for configuration changes and logging. Otherwise you can send the logs to a remote server.
The kernel panic could be irrelevant to the many vlans created. I would say it looks like something went wrong with NAT.