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  1. Anyone here have experience with OpenBSD 6.3 as a guest under libvirt? I've spun up a couple instances on my CentOS 7 KVM/libvirt host and I cannot seem to get more than roughly 100Mbps network performance from them. Using the virtio NIC I can sustain transfer rates of roughly 12 MB/sec. I tried switching to the e1000 NIC and performance was worse ( ~8 MB/sec sustained transfer rates with it) even though the virtual NIC indicated it had a 1000baseT full-duplex link. I did not try the rtl8139. Any ideas?