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Just for fun I did a Google search for replacement adaptor vendors in the UK. Here are the first couple that came up: one place, another one. You shouldn't have any trouble finding what you need on your side of the pond.
And I have no idea if there's a specific name for that type connector. It's just called "power jack" in Toshiba's parts list.
Most stores sell multi voltage adaptors that are quite capable of running routers the only thing you reall need to check are the voltage and current requirements eg. 5 v 500 mA this is usually written on a label on the router either underneath or near where the power supply plugs in.
Any adaptor that meets or exceeds that specification will do then it is just a matter os electing the correct end (they come with a variety) to match your router.
Also check if you need centre positive or negative and set the adaptor to suit this also.
It is usually way cheaper than buying one from the manufacturer and also a lot quicker way to replace almost any pooched power supple that comes in the form of a "wall wart"
Sorry if it sound complicated but I assure you it isnt.
Here is the site that give you the specs on your laptop. You have a LL Series laptop and the specs is the very first AC Adaptor you see in the list courtesy of laptopacadaptor.com This is the specs and you can verify it at the link below.