If the ESXi host has more than one physical network interface card (NIC) of the same speed, use two as uplinks with VLANs trunked to the interfaces.
vSphere Distributed Switch supports several NIC teaming options. Load-based NIC teaming supports an optimal use of available bandwidth and redundancy in case of a link failure. Use a minimum of two 10-GbE connections, with two 25-GbE connections recommended, for each ESXi host in combination with a pair of top of rack switches. 802.1Q network trunks can support as many VLANs as required. For example, management, storage, VXLAN, vSphere Replication, and vSphere vMotion traffic.