If the geographic context is set with no Continent qualifier, Continent is derived from Country. Even the built-in qualifier labels are based on the context, and the labels can be changed. These qualifier labels specify the locations mapped with the IP addresses used to make static proximity decisions.
To perform a static proximity-based decision, the NetScaler appliance compares the location attributes (qualifiers) derived from the IP address of the local DNS server resolver with the location attributes of the participating sites. If only one site matches, the appliance returns the IP address of that site. If there are multiple matches, the site selected is the result of a round robin on the matching GSLB sites. If there is no match, the site selected is a result of a round robin on all configured sites. A site that does not have any qualifiers is considered a match.
At the command prompt, type:
set locationparameter -context custom -q1label asia