Ok, I'm sorry, I am a bit confused.
My goal is to use the Mikrotik Android app to access my mikrotik routerboard.
I also have a pair of Unify AP's connected to the routerboard which I can reach from a different android app, and they have their own controller software, (with some sort of dyndns against ubiquity I suppose) that is running on my local windows server. If the server is down, I cannot reach the AP's.
I hoped there was some way to use the information manually from the unify app to log in to the routerboard, but that is probably more hassle than fun...
So, I guess I need to have a second dyndns program always running on my local server to have a physical address that is my dynamic IP.
From there to create the firewall rules, and the login, I am lost.