On a Dell Vostro 1710 laptop running Windows XP SP-3, the wireless network drops connection if the system is idle for around thirty minutes. However, as long as the network is being used actively, this does not occur. The connection is consistently restored by running the repair protocol on that network. The wireless adapter has a static IP address. I am not very sophisiticated about network technology, and I would like to avoid the necessity of repairing the network connection every time I want to connect after an idle period. I previously posted this question, and Experts recommended that I disable the powersave option for the network adapter. After doing that, I awarded points for that question, mistakenly believing that it was solved. Unfortunately, that was premature, and the issue is continuing. The Network Diagnostic Log is attached.