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Wireless Mesh Network technology refers to technology that establishes a wireless network whose transmission speed is similar to that of a wired system. It provides enhanced flexibility in the building of the network, compared to the existing wired network. In addition, it has lower mobility and less restriction from the energy effect. However, there are many considerations, such as system overhead, in the case of the setting or the selection of multi-path. Accordingly, the focus is on the design and optimization of a network that can reflect this network feature and the technology to establish the path. This paper suggests methods for programming the dynamic path in Wireless Mesh Network routing. It does so by applying the evaluation value of node service, making use of the loss rate of data, the hop count of bandwidth and link, and the traffic status of the node. To respond to the programming of multi-path effectively it must consider the performance of the link and load in the fitness evaluation function.