NICs and Distributed virtual switches

I have a Dell m1000e blade chassis and a bunch of dell M630 blades. I also have two dell MXL switches in the blade. Today I learned that the M630 blades have the intel adapters. The intel adapter drops 1 interface on each MXL switch but has no method of providing virtual interfaces or in the Cisco UCS world-vNICs. I am trying to introduce this into an existing VMware environment. They have the HP Chassis now and each blade has 6 interfaces. (2) for Management, (2) for vMotion, and (2) for VM traffic/port groups). they are using 3 separate distributed virtual switches. for each pair of interfaces. My question is.... with the current dell configuration... can I assign multiple distributed switches to 1 interface? IE have the two interfaces trunk and attach the same two interfaces to 3 distributed switches? I have a couple options but this would probably be the easiest as I wouldn't need to reconfigure the existing prod environment to get this thing online. Other option is to replace the intel cards with broadcomm which allow for vNICs.
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How many CONNECTED interfaces each physical blade has?
jbla9028Author Commented:
the daughter card presents two physical interfaces into the fabric. 1 to each Switch so a total of 2. I believe I answered my own question. You cannot assign an interface to multiple vDS.

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jbla9028Author Commented:
tested and verified that you cannot assign an interface to multiple vDS.
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