This is how I solved the problem:

Route the RUNRMTCMD to the PC that started user's emulation session (TCP/IP
or SNA): 
o       R320 and R370 and later of OS/400 provided an extension to the
QDCRDEVD API to allow the IP address to be retrieved from the virtual
device description. See APARs SA61841 (R320) and 61583 (R370) for details
on the new format. See the system API reference documentation for
information on the API itself. Using this API, it is possible to route the
PC command to the PC that started the emulation device. No PTF is needed to
retrieve the APPC device used for SNA connections. This information is
available via the QDCRDEVD API in all releases.  A sample program and
command that demonstrates this may be available at
FTP:\\testcase.software.ibm.com in the AS400/fromibm/ApiSamples directory
as runrmtcmdd.zip. It contains a sample command RUNRMTCMD which adds a *DFT
option for the protocol. If *DFT is selected, the protocol (SNA or IP) of
the emulation session is retrieved as well as the APPC device name (SNA) or
IP address (TCP/IP) and the command is routed to that PC.       

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