A while back Hans optimized the LRO code. This is great but one
optimization he did degrades the timestamp precision so that
all flushed LRO entries end up with the same LRO timestamp
if there is not a hardware timestamp. The intent of the LRO timestamp
is to get as close to the time that the packet arrived as possible. Without
the LRO queuing this works out fine since a binuptime is taken and then
the rx_common code is called. But when you go through the queue path
you end up *not* updating the M_LRO_TSTMP fields.
Lets fix this so that we restore the precision to the timestamp.