In VMware Validated Design 6.2 I read that LACP is not recomended for ESXi host uplinks!
In my case I have ESXi hosts with 6 uplink ports (2 is for mgmt VDS and 4 is for VTEP VDS) and each server is connected to two ToR switches (Leaf-Spine).
What is your opinion regarding the LACP and NSX-T configuration?
You don't need LACP, you can use NSX Uplink Load Balancing(Load Balance Source) techniques and simplify your physical connectivity and configuration. Considering the fact that this is Leaf&Spine design, all upstream links will be still utilized based on the traffic hashing.
Thank you for reply.
What about EDGE node configuration?
Does the EDGE node have to have 4 uplinks? Or we create EDGE node with 2 Uplink, where each uplink Port Group have 2 active uplinks.
Uplink-1 -> Leaf-1
Uplink-2 -> Leaf-2
Uplink-3 -> Leaf-1
Uplink-4 -> Leaf-2
You can certainly configure a 2PNIC design. I would also appreciate it if you can go through the design documents (Logical routing section for PNIC design options)