Cisco ASA Site to Site VPN to Cradlepoint MBR 1400 with Dyn IP

I am attempting to setup a site to site vpn between a Cisco ASA5500 series and a Cradlepoint MBR 1400. The ASA has a fixed static public IP, and the Cradlepoint has a Dynamic IP. I have already configured the Cradlepoint with Dynamic DNS as well.

I have gone throufgh the VPN Wizard (along with manually trying to set this up) and I am having no luck initiating the connection. On the ASA, the 5500 seems to want an IP Address rather than a hostname for the remote endpoint but since endpoint is dynamic- out of luck here.

Can anyone provide help with how exactly to set this up- especially on the Cisco side? I am using ASDM as well. PLEASE help
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