The emergence of multidrug-resistant pathogens led to a critical need for new antibiotics. A key property of effective antibiotics against Gram-negative bacteria is their ability to permeate through the bacterial outer membrane via transmembrane porin proteins. Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations are, in principle, capable of modeling antibiotic permeation across outer membrane porins (OMPs). However, owing to sampling problems, it has remained challenging to obtain converged potentials of mean force (PMFs) for antibiotic permeation across OMPs. Here, we investigated the convergence of PMFs along a single collective variable aimed at quantifying the permeation of the antibiotic fosmidomycin across the OprO porin. We compared standard umbrella sampling (US) with three advanced flavors of the US technique: (i) Hamiltonian replica exchange with solute tempering in combination with US, (ii) simulated tempering-enhanced US, and (iii) replica-exchange US. To quantify the PMF convergence and to reveal hysteresis problems, we computed several independent sets of US simulations starting from pulling simulations in the outward and inward permeation directions. We find that replica-exchange US in combination with well-chosen restraints is highly successful for obtaining converged PMFs of fosmidomycin permeation through OprO, reaching PMFs converged to subkilocalorie per mole accuracy.