A software defined wireless mesh network is an emerging trend in wireless communication promising better flexibility, reliability, and performance over traditional wireless local area network. And node mobility is the prominent feature of the next generation wireless mesh network. Mininet-wifi is a test bed investigation and emulation tool that plays an important role in the evaluation of wireless network’s node mobility models such as, Gauss Markov and RandomWayPoint. This paper is focused on the Gauss Markov’s wireless node mobility model and simulation of the model’s performance within an emulated software defined wireless mesh network. Finally, the paper presents the performance of the model using the mininet Wi-Fi emulator.