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Nowadays, Wireless Mesh Networks (WMN) are increasingly supporting jointly non real-time and real time applications that required a guaranteed bandwidth. A new methodology is presented throughout this study to show that an important aspect of dimensioning WMNs, considering mobility of users, fairness and their demand according to two types of running applications. This leads to satisfying voice demand while ensuring fairness among the non delay-sensitive applications. We propose the combination of both capacity estimation based on users mobility and multipath scheme. We compare our proposition with single path routing based on the shortest path criteria in terms of end-to-end throughput to show that it performs best.