At least on Linux and OS X the underlying library should support higher baud rates. I didn't find any clear documentation of the supported rates but I found this piece of code from the bindings code to native libraries:

```
int ToBaudConstant(int baudRate) {
switch (baudRate) {
case 0: return B0;
case 50: return B50;
case 75: return B75;
case 110: return B110;
case 134: return B134;
case 150: return B150;
case 200: return B200;
case 300: return B300;
case 600: return B600;
case 1200: return B1200;
case 1800: return B1800;
case 2400: return B2400;
case 4800: return B4800;
case 9600: return B9600;
case 19200: return B19200;
case 38400: return B38400;
case 57600: return B57600;
case 115200: return B115200;
case 230400: return B230400;
#if defined(__linux__)
case 460800: return B460800;
case 500000: return B500000;
case 576000: return B576000;
case 921600: return B921600;
case 1000000: return B1000000;
case 1152000: return B1152000;
case 1500000: return B1500000;
case 2000000: return B2000000;
case 2500000: return B2500000;
case 3000000: return B3000000;
case 3500000: return B3500000;
case 4000000: return B4000000;
#endif
}
return -1;
}
```

By looking at the code it would seem that on OS X the maximum is 230400 and on Linux up to 4Mbps.

So I would expect the values from the above listing to work (given the hardware in use supports them).