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Is there a router available with USB ports to connect a cable modem?

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I have a Motorola 4100 surfboard modem with a broken Ethernet port and a functioning USB port. I have used in the past with the computer in using the computers Ethernet port as a bridge to connect a router so I can have Wi-Fi. I want to know if there is a router on the market that has USB ports though allow me to connect my cable modem to it so I can have Wi-Fi? I purchased a router recently that had a USB port to connect 3G modems but this did not work, does anybody have an idea of a router that can work for me?
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The Modem works on any cable network with no bill so that is why I want to save the old thing free internet.
Don't answer by saying buy a new modem.
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