There are a number of proxy tools available on the market (many of them free) which will allow you to route the communication from your computer through a proxy in different countries. This is the most realistic way to test the different country experiences. However, one major limitation of this is the proxy apps typically don’t support all available countries, so you may not have support for one or more countries you have assigned to the UCP domain.
The country.js script is the indicator on the page which tells the UCP script the country where it is running. The part of the script that enables the location detection is the word “geo” in the call to that script. That keyword instructs our call to Akamai (CDN) to look up the requesting location via IP lookup and route the call to a country specific location. However, you can modify this call and point it directly to the country-specific version of the country.js script. To do this you will change the call from this:
append('evidon-location', cdn + 'geo/country.js', true);
append('evidon-location', cdn + 'tag-<country code>/country.js', true);
With the “country code” marking being the correct country code for the country you are simulating. For example, France would be tag-fr.
You can accomplish this by either modifying the script for testing, or there are utilities for some browsers (such as Chrome) which can be used to modify outgoing resource calls without changing the script itself (one example is “Switcheroo”). That is probably a better option for testing a larger number of countries.